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SPRING HILL COLLEGE 

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COMMERCIAL PRINTING CO., PRINTERS AND BINDERS 

1906 



SPRING HILL COLLEGE 



Founded 1830 

Chartered as a College by the Legislature of Jllabama 1836 

Empowered by Pope Qregory XVI to grant degrees 

in Philosophy and Theology . . . 7540 






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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



REV. WILLIAM J. TYRRELL, S. J. 

PRESIDENT 

REV. CHARLES D. BARLAND, S. J. 

rev. james j. Mclaughlin, s. j. 

REV. AUGUSTINE J. HUGH, S. J. 
REV. THEOBALD W. BUTLER, S. J. 






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OFFICERS AND FACULTY 

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V REV. WILLIAM J. TYRRELL, S. J. 

PRESIDENT 

REV. CHARLES D. BARLAND,^. J. 

VICE-PRESIDENT 

Prefect of Studies and Discipline 

1x rev. james j. Mclaughlin, s. j. 

SECRETARY 

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v REV. AUGUSTINE J. HUGH, S. J. 

; TREASURER 

vREV. THEOBALD W. BUTLER, S. J. 

CHAPLAIN 

^REV. JAMES DE POTTER, S. J. 

LIBRARIAN 

Mental and Moral Philosophy in the Classical Course — Evi- 
dences of Religion 

^/REV. JOSEPH B. FRANCKHAUSER, S. J. 
Mechanics, Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy and Higher 

Mathematics 

t REV. M. OLIVER SEMMES, S. J. 
Mental and Moral Philosophy in the English Course — Special 
Ethics in the Post-Graduate Course 

</MR. DAVID J. FOULKES, S. J. 
Literature in the English Course 

v/ MR. JAMES J. WALLACE, S. J. 
Literature in the Post-Graduate Course 



^EV. KEVIN A. NOWLAN, S. J. 
Mathematics 

yREV. AMADEUS GUYOL, S. J. 
Rhetoric — French 

^REV. EMMANUEL DE LA MORINIERE, S. J. 

Poetry 

REV. EDWARD I. FAZAKERLEY, S. J. 
First Grammar 

V&EV. DANIEL P. LAWTON, S. J. 
Second Grammar 

t REV. GEORGE A. RITTMEYER, S. J. 
Third Grammar — German 

^REV. JOSEPH O'REILLY, S. J. 

Intermediate — Bookkeeping. 

yMR. ROBERT BROOKS, S. J. 
First English — Typewriting 

i^REV. PAUL E. ELFER, S. J. 
Second English A — Stenography 

REV. JAMES J. O'BRIEN, S. J. 
Second English B 

v MR. CHARLES A. KING, S. J. 
Third English 

JREV. OSCAR WOCET, S. J. 
Preparatory — French 

^RrEV. PAUL FAGET, S. J. 
Rudiments — Spanish 

^MR. JOSEPH C. KEARNS, S. J. 
Mathematics 



PREFECTS 



REV. M. OLIVER SEMMES, S. J. 
MR. DAVID J. FOULKES, S. J. 
MR. JAMES J. WALLACE, S. J. 
MR. JOSEPH C. KEARNS, S. J. 



*- AUGUST J. STAUB, Mus. D. 
u ANGELO J. SUFFICH, Mus. B. 
Professors of Music 

^PAUL C. BOUDOUSQUIE, A. M., B. F. A 
Professor of Drawing and Caligraphy 

WILLIAM M. MASTIN, M. D. 
Attending Physician 



Prospectus 



PRING HILL COLLEGE is beautifully situated five 
miles from Mobile, on an elevation one hundred and 
fifty feet above sea level. From the Bay of Mobile and 
the Gulf of Mexico, it enjoys a constantly refreshing breeze 
that renders its situation both agreeable and healthy. 

The extensive grounds are artistically laid out and adorned 
with many beautiful walks and an endless variety of flowers, 
shrubs and trees. There are besides pretty summer houses 
and splendid statues of spotless Carrara marble here and there 
throughout the gardens. 

A spacious gymnasium, complete in every detail of modern 
equipment ; a large campus for baseball and football, and an 
oval mile shell-bed track, leave nothing to be desired by the 
lovers of athletic sports. A never failing spring at the foot of 
the hill furnishes an abundant and lasting supply of water to a 
beautiful lake, where the students may, during the warm sea- 
sons, safely enjoy the beneficial exercise of swimming. 

During the winter months, a recently erected natatorium, 
elegantly finished within in marble and ornamental tiles, with 
its porcelain-lined pool, 60 x 30 x 4 to 7 feet, affords unequalled 
bathing facilities. The pool is supplied with pure spring water, 
both hot and cold. There are also shower and needle baths. 

The college buildings are heated by steam and lighted by 
electricity. 

The college is easy of access from the City of Mobile by 
electric cars which run direct from the Post Office to the Hill. 

Long experience has proved that owing to its position, so 
high and so well surrounded by health-breathing Southern 
pines, the college is entirely exempt from those diseases which 



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prevail at certain seasons in the South. In fact, very eminent 
physicians, well acquainted with our American colleges, have 
declared Spring Hill preeminently desirable for students on 
account of its climatic advantages and perfect hygienic ar- 
rangements. 

The college was incorporated in 1836 by the Legislature of 
Alabama with all the rights and privileges of a university, and 
empowered in 1840 by Pope Gregory XVI to grant degrees in 
Philosophy and Theology. 

The directors of the institution are members of the Society 
of Jesus, which, from its origin, has devoted itself to the educa- 
tion of youth. They will endeavor to show themselves deserv- 
ing of the confidence reposed in them by evincing on all occas- 
ions a paternal solicitude for the health and comfort of those 
entrusted to their charge, by sparing no pains to promote their 
advancement, and by keeping a careful and active watch over 
their conduct. The exercise of their authority will be mild, 
without being remiss, in enforcing that strict discipline and 
good order so essential to the proper culture of both mind and 
heart. By this two-fold education, which is based upon religion 
and morality, they will exert all their energies not only to 
adorn the minds of their pupils with useful knowledge, but also 
to instil into their hearts solid virtue and a practical love of the 
duties which they will have to discharge in after life. 

The public worship of the institution is that of the Catholic 
religion. However, pupils of other denominations are received, 
provided that, for the sake of order and uniformity, they are 
willing to conform to the exterior exercises of worship. 

The plan of instruction is established on a large scale, and 
is calculated to suit not only the wants, but also the progress 
of society. It consists of three principal courses, under the 
names of Preparatory, English and Classical. 

I. The Preparatory Course lasts one school year and em- 
braces Spelling, Penmanship, the elements of English Gram- 
mar, History, Geography, Arithmetic and Christian Doctrine. 
It fits^ounger students for a higher class in either the English 
or'the Classical Course. 



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II. The English Course lasts five years. Its schedule of 
studies including, besides the common school branches, the 
Evidences of Religion, practical Bookkeeping, Litera- 
ture, Mathematics, the Sciences and Philosophy, is arranged to 
give a complete and systematic education. At the end of the 
fifth year the degree of Bachelor of Science is conferred upon 
candidates who have passed successful examinations in each 
one of the particular studies prescribed for this course. 

III. The Classical Course lasts six years and is more com- 
prehensive in its scope. It is calculated to educate in the best 
sense of the word and to prepare students for the learned pro- 
fessions and the higher pursuits of life. This course in its early 
stages likewise embraces the common school branches together 
with a graded system of practical Bookkeeping. Moreover, 
the Latin and Greek classics are taught at length, not alone 
for the intellectual training and culture they impart, but mainly 
for the valuable aid they lend toward the mastery of English. 
Side by side with these three languages and their rich and 
varied literatures are studied the Evidences of Religion, the 
lower and higher Mathematics, the Natural Sciences and 
Mental and Moral Philosophy, thus rounding off a finished 
and advanced college curriculum. At the end of this course, 
the degree of Bachelor of Arts is conferred upon such as are, 
on examination, found deserving of the honor. A second year 
of Philosophy at the College — the Post-Graduate year — at- 
tended with success, or a two years' practice in a learned pro- 
fession, will entitle one to the degree of Master of Arts. 

Although these courses embrace, respectively, one, five 
and six years, still the period may be protracted, as no student 
will be allowed to pass into a higher class unless he has under- 
gone a successful examination at the end of the academic year. 
No promotion takes place in consequence of the examination 
at the end of the first term, except in behalf of uncommon talent 
and application. 

The age of admission is from nine to fifteen years. It is 
required that applicants be able to read and write. 



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Any one coming from another school or college must ex- 
hibit satisfactory testimonials from the directors of the same, 
and subject himself to an examination which will determine 
what class he is to enter. 

Towards the end of each term a report is sent to the par- 
ents or guardians, stating the condition of health, conduct, 
application, progress and rank in class, together with the result 
of the semi-annual examination. 

Every month marks of merit and demerit are publicly 
proclaimed and cards distributed for excellence in deportment, 
application and success in studies. Parents should require of 
their sons that these testimonials, which serve at the same 
time as a monthly report of standing, be sent home regularly, 
and that a reason be given for failure in so doing. 

Leave of absence will not be granted to the students except 
for reasons deemed imperative by the president of the college. 
The correspondence of the students is subject to the inspection 
and approbation of the vice-president. All books, magazines 
and periodicals must be submitted to the inspection and judg- 
ment of the vice-president before they will be allowed circula- 
tion in the college ; and parents are requested to consult him 
before subscribing for newspapers or current literature for their 
sons at college. Boxes containing provisions are not allowed 
to be sent to the students except during the Christmas holi- 
days. There is a vacation at Christmas, but none at Easter. 

The necessary outfit for each student comprises at least 
three suits of clothes, one overcoat, two pairs of shoes, two 
hats or caps, six shirts, six undershirts, three night shirts, 
twelve collars, six pairs of drawers, twelve pairs of socks, 
twelve handkerchiefs, six neckties, six towels, two bath towels, 
six napkins, brushes, combs and other toilet requisites. 

All articles of clothing must be marked with the student's 
name in full ; the other articles must be marked at least with 
his initials. 

In regard to visits, the following regulations are earnestly 
recommended to the attention of parents, as they intimately 
concern the advancement of the students and the good order 
of the college;—^ 



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1st. The time for visiting those students whose parents 
live ir Mobile or vicinity, is on Sundays and Thursdays, from 
1 to 5 p. m., in winter, and from 3 to 6 in summer. 

2d. Students from Mobile, who have obtained satisfac- 
tory marks for conduct and application, are allowed to visit 
the city on the first Thursday of each month. If, however, for 
any reason, students go to Mobile during the month, this privi- 
lege may not be granted. The other students, whose parents 
live at a greater distance, are not allowed to go to the city, ex- 
cept when visited on holidays by their parents or guardians 
and accompanied by them. 

3rd. All visitors, even parents, should avoid, as much as 
possible, withdrawing the pupils from class or study. 

The school year which begins in September and ends in 
June is divided into two terms : the first term begins in Sep- 
tember, the second term begins in February. 

CHARGES 

Payable in advance — for the first term, in September; for 
the second, in February. 

Entrance fee, First year only $ io.oo 

Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and Bedding per school year 300-00 

Medical fees, per school year 10.00 

Students of the Philosophy Class and of the Intermediate 
Class pay $10 for philosophical apparatus and supply of Chem- 
icals. Graduation fees, $10.00. 

EXTRA CHARGES 

Drawing, per month $ 5.00 

Piano, per month 8.00 

For use of Piano 1.00 

Violin or flute, per month 8.00 

Vocal Music, per Month 4.00 



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Brass Instrument, per month $ 8.00 

Stenography, per month 3.00 

Typewriting, per month , 3.00 

Vacation at College for students too distant from home 80 00 

(July and August are the vacation months) 

N. B. — 1. No deduction is made for any absence less than 
a month, and when made it is only for board and tuition. 2. 
Books and stationery are furnished by the college at the ex- 
pense of the parents. 3. No advance is made by the college 
for books, clothing, traveling, dentistry, pocket money, extra 
medicines, etc., beyond the deposit left with the treasurer. 
Therefore,, parents who desire the college to pay for these must, 
besides above named charges, advance a certain sum and renew 
it when exhausted. All pocket money should be deposited 
with the treasurer, and the quantity to be allowed specified — 
for instance, 25 cents per week. 4. When students are to go 
home, all accounts must have been previously settled, and the 
traveling expenses forwarded, if the balance on deposit should 
be insufficient. An itemized account will then be sent to par- 
ents by the treasurer showing their standing with the college. 
5. The college will not be responsible for books or articles of 
clothing and jewelry left behind by any student when leaving 
the college, much less for the loss of such books or clothing, 
jewelry or money, while in the keeping of the students. 

For further information, apply to the President, 

REV. W. J. TYRRELL, S. J. 



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GENERAL ORDER OF CLASS DAYS 



SUMMER ORDER 

5 :30 A. M Rising 

5 :50 " Prayer, Mass, Study 

7:15 " Breakfast 

7:30 " Recess 

8:15 " Class 

9:30 " Recess 

9:35 " Class 

10:45 " Recess 

11:00 " Study, Special Classes 

12 :00 M Dinner 

12:30 P. M Recess 

1 :30 " Study, Class 

4 :30 " Lunch, Recess 

5:00 " Study 

6:30 " Recess 

7:00 " Supper 

7:15 Prayers, Recess 

7:55 " Study 

8:45 " Retiring 

WINTER ORDER 

6:00 A. M Risin S 

5:15 P. M Stud y 

g.jg « Recess 

6:25 " Stud y 

7. 15 « Supper 



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The Post~Gi*adaate Course 

The object of this course is to furnish to college graduates 
an opportunity to review their philosophy and to make a more 
thorough study of its fundamental questions ; likewise to per- 
fect themselves in higher Mathematics, English Literature and 
the Sciences. 

Those who have already attained the degree of A. B. will 
be eligible to that of A. M., and those who have the degree of 
B. S., to that of M. S., at the close of the ten months' session, 
on the condition of the presentation of a paper on a philoso- 
phical subject and a satisfactory examination. 



Studies foi* the 

Degree of Bachelor of Arts 



The Classical Coarse 



PHILOSOPHY CLASS 

Evidences of Religion — Schouppe's Course of Religious In- 
struction. Lectures by the Professor. 

Logic and Metaphysics — Jouin's Praelectiones Philosophiae. 
Lectures by the Professor. 

Ethics — Jouin's Elementa Philosophiae Moralis. Lectures by 
the Professor. 

Mathematics — Dana's Mechanics. Geometrical Optics. Ele- 
ments of Differential and Integral Calculus, with applica- 
tion to Mechanics and Physic.-. 

Astronomy — Howe's Astronomy. Lectures by the Professor. 

Natural Philosophy — Hoadley's Natural Philosophy. Lec- 
tures by the Professor. 

Chemistry — Shepard's Chemistry. Lectures on Inorganic and 
Organic Chemistry. 



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RHETORIC CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Schouppe's Course of Religious Instruc- 
tion. Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Cicero — Pro Ligario, Pro Milone, Pro Marcello, Pro 
Lege Manilia. Virgil. Horace — Odes, Epodes, Satires 
and Epistles. Tacitus — Annals. Bradley's Arnold. 

Greek — Demosthenes — De Corona, Philippics. St. John Chry- 
sostom — Eutropius. Sophocles — CEdipus Tyrannus, An- 
tigone. iEschylus — Prometheus Bound. Bradley's Ar- 
nold. 

English — Coppens' Oratorical Composition. De Colonia. 
Analysis of the Masterpieces of American and British 
Orators. Analysis of the speeches in Milton's Paradise 
Lost. Shakespeare. Frequent Practice in Composition. 

Mathematics — Trigonometry, Plane and Spherical, and Appli- 
cations. Analytic Geometry. Conic Sections. 

History — Modern History from the Crusades to the present 
epoch. Greek and Roman History. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

POETRY CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catchism, Part III. 
Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Prosody. Cicero — In Verrem, Pro 
Archia Poeta. Livy. Virgil's ^Eneid, Books I and II ; 
Book V, Decription of the Public Games ; Book IX, Nisus 
and Euryalus. Horace — Odes, Ars Poetica. Bradley's 
Arnold. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Dialects, Prosody. Homer's Iliad. 
Euripides — Iphigenia in Aulis, Hecuba. Bradley's Ar- 
nold. 

English — Coppen's Practical Instruction to English Rhetoric. 
De Colonia. Brooke's English Literature. Shakespeare — 
Julius Caesar, Macbeth. Choice Specimens of Lyric, 
Elegiac and Didactic Poetry. Frequent Practice in Prose 
and Verse, 



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Mathematics — Algebra reviewed. Plane and Solid Geometry. 
History — Modern History, from Augustus to the Crusades. 

Greek and Roman History. 
Bookkeeping — Double Entry. 
Elocution — Twice a week. 

FIRST GRAMMAR CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part II. 

Practical Instructions. 
Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Syntax repeated with all the notes, 

etc. Cicero — In Catilinam. Sallust — Catilina, Jugurtha. 

Virgil — Eclogues, I, IV, V, IX ; Georgics. 
Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Syntax, Accents, Xenophon — 

Anabasis. 
English — Brown's Grammar — Syntax Reviewed. Elements of 

Composition. Goldsmith — Traveller, Deserted Village. 

Gray's Elegy. Donnelly's Imitation and Analysis — Sketch 

Book. 
Mathematics — Arithmetic Reviewed. Wentworth's Algebra — 

ratios, variation, limits, series, use of logarithms. Higher 

Algebra. 
History — Outlines of Ancient History. 
Geography — Asia, Africa, Oceanica. 
Bookkeeping — Single Entry. 
Elocution — Twice a week. 
Penmanship — Daily Practice. 

SECOND GRAMMAR CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part I. Prac- 
tical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology repeated with all the 
notes, etc. ; Syntax without the notes. Caesar — De Bello 
Gallico. Nepos. Phaedrus. Cicero's Letters. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Contract nouns, adjectives, verbs; 
tense formations, verbs in mi; adverbs, prepositions, con- 
junctions; easier rules of Syntax. Lucian — Dialogues. 

English — Brown's Grammar — Syntax. Selections from Irv- 
ing's Sketch Book. 



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Arithmetic — From percentage to the end. 

Algebra — Wentworth's Algebra, to equations of the second 

degree. 
History — Lawler's Essentials of American History. 
Geography^-Central America, South America, Europe. 
Elocution — Twice a week. 
Penmanship — Daily Practice. 

THIRD GRAMMAR CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 
Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology without the notes ; 
easier rules of Syntax. Epitome Historiae Sacrae. Cice- 
ro's Letters. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Nouns, adjectives, regular verbs. 
iEsop's Fables. 

English — Brown's Grammar. Easy Selections. 

Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic — decimals, multiples 
and measures, common fractions, compound quantities. 

History — Lawler's Essentials of American History. 

Georgraphy — North America. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 



Studies foi* the 

Degree of Bachelor of Science 



The English Course 



SUPERIOR CLASS 

Evidences of Religion — Schouppe's Course of Religious In- 
struction. Lectures by the Professor. 

Logic and Metaphysics — Coppens' Logic and Mental Philoso- 
phy. Lectures by the Professor. 



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Ethics— Coppens' Moral Philosophy. Lectures by the Pro- 
fessor. 

English — Coppens' Oratorical Composition, Book IV to the 
end. Analysis of the Masterpieces of American and Brit- 
ish Orators. Analysis of the speeches in Milton's Paradise 
Lost. 

Mathematics — Dana's Mechanics. Spherical Trigonometry 
and Applications. Conic Sections. Analytic Geometry, 
Plane and Solid. Calculus. 

Astronomy — Howe's Astronomy. Lectures by the Professor. 

Natural Philosophy — Hoadley's Natural Philosophy. Lec- 
tures by the Professor. 

INTERMEDIATE CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part III. 
Practical Instructions. 

English — Coppens' Oratorical Composition, Books I to IV. 
Literary and critical study of English literature. Choice 
selections from English classics. Frequent practice in 
composition, both prose and verse. 

Mathematics — Higher Algebra. Solid Geometry. Plane Trig- 
onometry, including navigation and theory of surveying. 

Natural Philosophy and Chemistry — Lectures by the Pro- 
fessor. 

History — Outlines of Modern History. 

Modern Languages — French, Spanish or German. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

Stenography and Typewriting. 

FIRST ENGLISH CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part II. 
Practical Instructions. 

English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Rhetoric. 
Brooke's Lessons in English Literature. Shakespeare — 
Julius Caesar, Macbeth. Choice Specimens of Lyric, Ele- 
giac and Didactic Poetry. Donnelly's Imitation and Anal- 
ysis — Sketch Book. 



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Mathematics — Wentworth's Algebra — ratios, variations, lim- 
its, series, use of logarithms, annuities. Plane Geometry. 
One hour per week for review of Algebra and Arithmetic. 

History — Outlines of Ancient History. 

Geography — Asia, Africa, Oceanica. 

Bookkeeping — Baker's Twentieth Century System. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

Modern Languages, Stenography, Typewriting. 

SECOND ENGLISH CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part I. Prac- 
tical Instructions. 

English — Brown's Grammar — Syntax, elements of composi- 
tion. Selections from Irving's Sketch Book. Goldsmith 
— Traveller, Deserted Village. 

Mathematics — Wentworth's Arithmetic — From percentage to 
the end. Wentworth's Algebra, to equations of the sec- 
ond degree. 

History — Lawler's Essentials of American History. 

Geography — Central America, South America, Europe. 

Bookkeeping — Baker's Twentieth Century System. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 

THIRD ENGLISH CLASS 

Christian Doctrine— Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 

Practical Instructions. 
English — Brown's Grammar and Exercises. Benziger's 

Readers. 
Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic — decimals, multiples, 

common fractions and compound quantities. 
History — School History of the United States. 
Geography — North America. 
Elocution — Twice a week. 
Penmanship — Daily practice. 



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Preparatory Goarse of Stady 



Christian Doctrine— Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 
Practical Instructions. 

English — Brown's First Lines of English. Benziger's Read- 
ers. Hazen's Spelling Book. 

Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic. 

History — Gilmour's Bible History. 

Geography— Primary. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 

Elocution — Reading and declamation twice a week. 



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THESES 
PROPUGNANDAE AD GRADUM A. B 

. . IN . . 

Collegio S. Josephi Spring Hill, 

DIE 17, JUNII, 1906 



EX LOGICA 

1. Veritas logica turn simplici apprehensioni turn judicio 

inest. 

2. Falsitas logica non simplici apprehensioni sed soli judicio 
inest. 

3. Scepticismus sive ut factum sive ut doctrina consideratus 

est absurdus. 

4. Sensus externi sub debitis conditionibus sunt infallibiles 

quoad perceptionem sensibilis proprii. 

5. Idealismus est rejiciendus. 

6. Auctoritas testimonii humani aliquando potest gignere 

certitudinem de aliquo facto historico. 

7. Inductio incompleta potest gignere certitudinem "de exis- 
tentia alicujus legis physicae. 

8. Ratiocinium potest gignere novam et certam cognitionem. 

9. Evidentia objectiva est supremum criterium veritatis. 



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EX ONTOLOGIA 

1. Notio entis est simplicissima et communissima. 

2. Ens ut sic perfecte praescindit ab omnibus differentiis. 

3. Omne ens est bonum; malum autem ut sic consistit in 
privatione. 

4. Existunt in rerum natura verae causae. 

EX COSMOLOGIA 

1. Mundus creatus est; cujus finis est gloria Dei extrinseca. 

2. Miracula sunt possibilia et non raro cognoscibilia. 

EX PSYCHOLOGIA 

1. In omnibus viventibus existit principium vitale distinctum 
a materia et a viribus physicis et chimicis. 

2. Darwinismus est rejiciendus. 

3. Intellectus est facultas spiritualis. 

4. Anima rationalis est essentialiter et extensive simplex, 

spiritualis et immortalis. 

5. Voluntas est facultas libera. 

EX THEOLOGIA NATURALI 

1. "Deum existere" non est propositio nobis immediate 

evidens. 

2. Existentia Dei probatur argumentis metaphysicis, physicis 

et moralibus. 

3. Deus est ens perfectissimum, unicum, infinitum et aeter- 
num. 

4. Pantheismus est absurdus. 

EX ETHICA 

1. Finis simpliciter ultimus, quern homo in omnibus suis ac- 
tionibus saltern implicite intendit, est beatitudo perfecta; 
cujus objectum est solus Deus. 



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2. Norma moralitatis objectiva proxima est natura rationalis; 
norma ultima est ipsa essentia divina. 

3. Homo potest mereri apud Deum actionibus suis. 

4. Existit in homine lex naturalis, quae immutabilis est, et 
cujus generaliora praecepta non possunt invincibiliter 
ignorari ab homine qui habet usum rationis. 

5. Homo tenetur colere Deum turn interne turn externe. 

6. Si Deus voluerit revelare aliquam religionem, homo tenetur 

earn amplecti si sufficienter ei innotuerit; hinc absurdus 
est indifferentismus in religione. 

7. Suicidium, mendacium et duellum sunt illicita. 

8. Homo habet jus acquirendi proprietatem transitoriam et 
stabilem: prima autem acquisitio proprietatis nititur in 
occupatione effectiva rei quae erat nullius. 

9. Socialismus est rejiciendus. 

10. Suprema potestas civilis est immediate a Deo, et habet jus 
infligendi poenam capitis pro atrocioribus quibusdam 
criminibus, necnon jus belli gerendi. 

11. Jus directe educandi liberos pertinet per se ad solos 
parentes. 

CANDIDATI 

Bassich, C. J. Hountha, J .M. 

Broderick, G. G. Kern, B.J. 

Cowley, L. T. Lasseigne, G. A. 

Hails, D. T. Reilly, M. E. 

Soniat, G. L. 



:*C 



24 



ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION 



The Main Topics of a Paper on the Subject Presented at the 

Competitive Examination for the Gold Medal in 

the "Natural Sciences 



I. Brief account of some of the experiments that led up to the 
discovery of Electromagnetic Induction. 

II. Faraday's experiments and discovery. 

III. Induction by currents. 

IV. Induction by magnets. 
V. Lenz's Laws. 

VI. General principles of Induction. 

VII. Various rules for determining the direction of the induced 
E. M. F. 

VIII. Practical application of the above principles — 
(i) The Induction Coil. 
(2) The Dynamo. 



25 

Catalogue of Students 

1905-1906 

\ ADAMSON, PAUL R Baltimore, Md. 

ADOUE, CLIFFORD A Houma, La, 

AICARDI, ANTONIO Selma, Ala.- 

ALVAREZ, BERNARDINO Mobile, Ala. 

ALVAREZ, JOSEPH T Mobile, Alar 

ALVEY, RICHARD H Beaumont, Tex. 

AUSTIN, D. LAWRENCE Tampa, Fla. 

BARKER, FRANCIS L. New Orleans, La. 

BASSICH, J. CYRIL New Orleans, La. 

BATCHELDER, GEORGE J .New Orleans, La. 

BAUER, JOHN T Mobile, Ala. 

BEALL, PHILIP D St. Louis, Mo. 

BEARY, ANDREW T Thibodeaux, LaT 

BEATY, CHARLES L Beaumont, TexT" 

-BERMUDEZ, OCTAVIO Chihuahua, Mex. 

BERZUNZA, ERMILO Merida, Yucatan, MexV 

BERZUNZA, T. HERNAN. .Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

BERZUNZA, JUAN M Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

BIRD, ALBERT C Montgomery, Ala. 

BLOCH, ARNOLD Mobile, Ala. 

BLOUIN, LEON J Lafourche Crossing, La. 

BONVILLAIN, CHARLES N Glencoe, La. 

BON VILLAIN, SIDNEY -A Glencoe, La. 

BORDELON, CLIFFORD J. . Long Bridge, La. 

BORDELON, LESTER L Long Bridge, La. 

BOURGEOIS, PAUL Jeanerette, La/ 

BOURGEOIS, SIDNEY J Jeanerette, La, 

BREARD, ROBERT M Monroe, La. 

BRENT, GEORGE S .Pensacola, Fla. 

BRODERICK, GEORGE G New Orleans, La. 

BROOKS, RAPHAEL M New Orleans, La. 

BROWN, BURGUIERES Crawford, La. 

BROWN, FRANCIS J Crawford, La. 



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BROWN, JOHN J New Orleans, Laf 

BULLION, SIDNEY Hope Villa, La. 

BURGUIERES, HENRY I New Orleans, La. 

BURGUIERES, PATOUT C New Orleans, La. 

BURNS, THOMAS J Mobile, Ala. 

BURVANT, GEORGE J New Orleans, La. 

BYRNE, WALTER CAMERON . New Orleans, La. 

CARBERY, JOHN E Louisville, Ky.^ 

CASANOVA, PEDRO Havana, Cuba 

CENTENO, PIO Havana, Cuba 

CHALIN, FREDERICK P New Orleans, La., 

CHAPPUIS, CLAUDE L I Crowley, La. 

CHRIST, WILLIAM B Havana, Cuba . 

CLARK, ERNEST A Havana, Cuba/ 

COMEAUX, ALPHONSE J Broussard, La.- 

CONWAY, JOHN J Jackson, Miss. + 

CORBIN, CECIL G Yazoo City, Miss. 

COWLEY, LOYOLA T Mobile, Ala. 

COX, JAMES E Mobile, Ala.- • 

D'ALBOR, FELIX J Patoutville, La/ 

DALY, JOSEPH K Macon, Ga/ , 

DALY, THOMAS S Macon, Ga 



DANIEL, L. WELDER Victoria Tex. 

DANOS, ALBERT J. . . .Plaquemine, La. 

DEEGAN, JOHN E. Mobile, Ala/ 

DE GRAVELLE, MARTIN J Jeanerette, La. 

DEMPSEY, HAROLD M ■ Mobile, Alar 

DENIS, ST., AUGUST C <. Tampa, Fla. 

DOUGLAS, HOFFMAN A New Orleans, La."' 

DUGAN, WILLIAM F Winston-Salem, N. Cf 

DUPAS, JAMES J Santiago de Cuba 

EICHOLD, HUGO V Mobile, Ala/ 

ENGELMANN, HENRY D New Orleans, La/ 

ESCALANTE, ERMILO E Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

ESCALANTE, SECUNDINO Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

ESCALANTE, VICENTE Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

ESPRIELLA, DE; LA RICARDO H, . . , . , . , Colon, Panama * 



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v FAGET, LUKE A New Orleans, La/ 

FEAHNEY, LE ROY New Orleans, La/ 

FERNANDEZ, MANUEL A Merida, Yucatan, Mex/ 

> FINCH, GREGORY B Mobile, Ala.'" 

I FOSSIER, D'HAMECOURT ' New Orleans, La. ' 

V FREDERIC, CARLOS E Scranton, Miss/" 

FREDERIC, EMILE W Scranton, Miss.-" 

FREDERIC, HERMES A Scranton, Miss."" 

v GALLIAND, MAURICE R New Iberia, La. 

GARLAND, ALBERT P 1! Opelousas, La. 

GARLAND, HENRY W Opelousas, La. 

GIARD, LEO A Danbury, Conn. 

GLYNN, ALFRED Truxillo, Sp. Honduras 

GOLDTHWAITE, JOSEPH M Troy, Ala. 

HAILS, DANIEL T Montgomery, Ala- 

HARTY, JOSEPH J Greenville, Miss.-"' 

HOLLAND, CHARLES J New Orleans, La. ' 

HOLLANDER, FERDINAND New Orleans, La. " 

S HOUNTHA, JOSEPH M.\ ■. New Orleans, La. 

JACKSON, JOHN E Tampa, Fla. 

JONES, HUGH T. X' Belle Helene, La. 

JUANES, FERNANDO Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

KEITH, NESTOR L. OVALLE San Jose, Costa Rica 

KELLY, SAMUEL L Miami, Fla. 

KELLY, THOMAS J Mobile, Ala. 

KERN, BENJAMIN J Yazoo City, Miss. 

KEVLIN, C. WALLACE Orange Walk, Br. Honduras 

KEVLIN, EDWARD J Orange Walk, Br. Honduras 

KEVLIN, HENRY R Orange Walk, Br. Honduras 

LANDRY, PAUL T New Iberia, La. 

LANE, MARION P Montgomery, Ala. 

V LARREA, RAMON O Havana, Cuba - 

LASSEIGNE, GEORGE Al>. Laplace, La. 

LAUE, EMILE F New Orleans, La. 

LAVIADA, ANTONIO Merida, Yucatan, Mexr 

LAVRETTA, JOHN L Mobile, Ala.— 

LE BARON, GILBERT A Mobile, Ala.- 



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LEBEAU, EDWARD J St. Louis, Mo/ 

LE BORGNE, ALFRED M . . .New Orleans, La^ 

LECHE, KARL P Donaldsonville, La*/ 

LEVERT, ROBERT L New Orleans, La/ 

MAJOR, JOSEPH H. Oscar, La. 

MARTINEZ, F. ONESIMO Mericla, Yucatan, Mex/ 

MAXENT, THOMAS M New Orleans, La. 

McAFEE, JOHN A Mobile, Ala,-"" 

McMAHON, RICHARD D New Iberia, La/ 

McM ASTER, CAREY E McComb City, Miss/ 

MEDINA, MANUEL Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

MILLER, FREDERIC W Mobile, Ala. 

MISTRIC, OSCAR J: Leonville, La. 

MOORE, WILLIAM L Perdue Hill, Ala. 

MORALES, HERMAN L New Orleans, La. 

MORED A, ESTANISLAS Havana, Cuba 

MOREDA, JUAN Havana, Cuba 

MORENO, DELIO Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

MORESI, LOUIS R Jeanerette, La. 

MURRAY, JOSEPH Mobile, Ala. 

NEELY, DUGGAN A Mobile, Ala. 

NEELY, MAURICE L Mobile, Ala. 

NEELY, PETER E .Mobile, Ala. 

NELSON, JOHN P Mobile, Ala. 

NELSON, LOUIS Mobile, Ala. 

NELSON, MARBLE E Bay Minette, Ala. 

NICROSI, WILLIAM K Montgomery, Ala. 

NORVILLE, JOSEPH H Mobile, Ala. 

O'CONNOR, LAWRENCE W. Victoria, Tex. 

O'CONNOR, THOMAS J Victoria, Tex.' 

O'FLINN, JOHN E Selma, Ala. 

O'HARA, RICHARD J Palatka, Fla. 

O'LEARY, JOSEPH A Montgomery, Ala. 

OLIVIER, CHARLES A Frozard, La. 

OLIVIER, FRANCIS A Frozard, La. 

O'ROURKE, FRANCIS J Chicago, 111. 

ORY, DANIEL J Laplace, La.' 



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PATOUT, OSWELL P Patoutville, La. 

PATOUT, PHILIP P Baldwin, La. 

PATOUT, SEBASTIAN S \... Patoutville, La. 

PEON, ARTURO Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

PINKUS, ALFONSO Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

RAPIER, HENRY J New Orleans, La. 

REILLY, MAURICE E. . New Orleans, La. 

REYNAUD, OSCAR J Lutcher, La. 

RIOS, BUENAVENTURA Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

ROMERO, CLERPHY Cades, La. 

ROUNDS, RAYMOND K. . Blaine, Wash. 

SANCHEZ, ALBERT F New Orleans, La. 

SCHATZMAN, CARLING Macon, Ga. 

SCHIMPF, CHARLES R. G Mobile, Ala. 

SCHMITT, JOHN W. Birmingham, Ala. 

SCHMITT, WILLIAM A Yazoo City, Miss. 

SCHNEIDER, MATTHEW P Pearl River, La. 

SHEPARD, G. DARWIN New Orleans, La. 

SHEPARD, THOMAS W New Orleans, La. 

SIMON, SIDNEY B Mobile, Ala. 

SKELLY, JOSEPH P New Orleans, La. 

SONIAT, G. LEON ' New Orleans, La. 

SOWELL, CHARLES J Brewton, Ala. 

SUPPLE, JOSEPH M Bayou Goula, La. 

THOMPSON, CHARLES M Opelousas, La. 

TOBIN, JOHN Augusta, Ga. 

TOLAND, TIMOTHY P Tampa, Fla. 

TOOMEY, JOHN E Mobile, Ala. 

TOUART, ANTHONY J Summerville, Ala. 

TOUART, CLARENCE N Summerville, Ala. 

TOUART, HINTON A Summerville, Ala. 

TURREGANO, PAUL J Alexandria, La. 

VICKERS, NICHOLAS L Mobile, Ala. 

VILA, VINCENT J New Orleans, La. 

VILLAVERDE, ALBERT J Havana, Cuba 

VIZARD, ANTHONY J. New Orleans, La. 

VOORHIES, FRANCIS J Lafayette, La. 



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WAGNER, JOSEPH T Mobile, Ala. 

WALKER, MERRIOTT Selma, Ala. 

WALL, JOSEPH E Greenville, Miss. 

WALMSLEY, T. SEMMES New Orleans, La. 

WALSH, JOHN P Mobile, Ala. 

WALSH, LUCIAN R Mobile, Ala. 

WALSH, WILLIAM M Mobile, Ala. 

WEEMS, DOUGLAS A. Alexandria, La. 

WHIPPLE, GRISWOLD A Brooklyn, N. Y. 

WHIPPLE, WEBSTER J .Brooklyn, N. Y. 

ZIEMAN, ALPHONSE J Mobile, Ala. 



31 

A. M. D. G. 



Societies 



SODALITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY 

The object of this society is to cultivate among its members 
a religious spirit and the practice of devotion to the Mother of God. 

OFFICERS. 



Rev. J. De Potter, S.J Director 

D. T. Hails Prefect 

R. K. Rounds First Assistant 

F. W. Miller Second Assistant 

G. A. Lasseigne Secretary 

R. M. Breard ^ _ 

f t, ^ . y Gonsultors 

L. T. Cowley J 

J. A. O'Leary 1 a . A 

r^ t n j r Sacristans 

O. J. Reynaud J 

J. C. Bassich Organist 

MEMBERS 

L. L. Bordelon D. Fossier M. E. Reilly 

P. Bourgeios L. A. Giard H.J. Rapier 

G S. Brent J. M. Hountha J. P. Skelly 

G. G. Broderick N. O. Keith G. L. Soniat 

H. I. Burguieres T. J. Kelly T. P. Toland 

T. J. Burns B. J. Kern H. A. Touart 

A. J. Comeaux C. W. Kevlin A.J. Vizard 

J. J. Conway P. T. Landry L. R. Walsh 

A. J, Danos P. E. Neely W. M. Walsh 

H. D Engelmann F. J. O'Rourke W. J. Whipple 

§. Escalante P, J, Ory 



32 



SOCIETY OF THE HOLY ANGELS 



This Society has for its object to foster among the younger 
students a spirit of filial love for the Blessed Virgin, the Queen of 
Angels, and to encourage them in the practice of virtue and piety. 

OFFICERS 

REV. J. O'REILLY, S. J. Director 

J. P. Nelson Prefect 

A. J. Touart First Assistant 

J. T. Wagner Second Assistant 

H. M. Dempsey Secretary 

F. J. Voorhies ^i a 

„ T ^ I Sacristans 

P. J. Turregano J 

G. A. Le Baron i ~ 

~ A ..,,. , y Consultors 

G. A. Whipple J 

MEMBERS 



F. L. Barker 
F. P.Chalin 
E. J. Kevlin 
H. R. Kevlin 



J. L. Lavretta 
E. J. Lebeau 
J. A. McAfee 
D. A. Neely 



M. L. Neely 
N. L. Vickers 



CANDIDATES 



B. Alvarez 
D. L. Austin 
J. T. Bauer 
P. D. Beall 
L. J. Blouin 
R. M. Brooks 
J. J. Brown 



J. E. Deegan 
H. A. Douglas 
K. P. Leche 
C. E. McMaster 
O. J. Mistric 
J. Murray 
J. E. O'Flinn 



C. Schatzman 
M. P. Schneider 
T. W. Shepard 
J. E. Toomey 
J. P. Walsh 
T. S. Walmsley 



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THE APOSTLESHIP OF PRAYER 



IN UNION WITH 



THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS 



This Association aims at training its members to put on the 
spirit of Jesus Christ in the practice of prayer and other good 
works, by seeking in them the interests of His Sacred Heart, viz: 
"The Glory of God and the salvation of souls/' 



Rev. J. O'Reilly Director 



SENIOR PROMOTERS 



JUNIOR PROMOTERS 



R. K. Rounds, Chief 

A. J. Danos 

B. J. Kern 
F. W. Miller 
M. E. Reilly 
O. J. Reynaud 
H. A. Touart 



T.S.Walmsley, Chief 
L. J. Blouin 
J. P. Nelson 
A. J. Touart 
N. L. Vickers 

F. J. Voorhies 

G. A. Whipple 



34 



ALTAR HOYS' ASSOCIATION 



.This society is established to add solemnity to Divine Wor- 
ship and to cherish in the hearts of its members devotion to the 
Blessed Sacrament. 



OFFICERS 



MR. C. A.KING, S. J Director 

J. P. Nelson Prefect 

H. M. Dempsey Secretary 

N. L. Vickers Censor 

£?:&'} = ; **»* 



MEMBERS 



B. Alvarez 
D. L. Austin 

F. L. Barker 
J. T. Bauer 
L. J. Blouin 
R. M. Brooks 
H. A. Douglas 

G. B. Finch 
K. P. Leche 
J. L. Lavretta 



G. A. Le Baron 
E. J. Lebeau 
J. A. McAfee 

C. E. McMaster 
J. Murray 

D. A. Neely 
M. L. Neely 
J. E. O'Flinn 
R. J. O'Hara 
C. A. Olivier 



T. W. Shepard 
C. Schatzman 
J. E. Toomey 
A.J. Touart 
P. J. Turregano 

F. J. Voorhies 
J. T. Wagner 
T. S. Walmsley 

G. A. Whipple 



35 



LITERARY SOCIETIES 



The object of these societies is the cultivation of eloquence by 
means of debates, dramatic readings and declamations. 

SENIOR 



OFFICERS 
REV. A. GUYOL, S. J., Moderator 
FIRST TERM SECOND TERM 

Paul R. Adamson Paul R. Adamson President 

Daniel T. Hails R. Kenneth Rounds Secretary 

Benjamin J. Kern Benjamin J. Kern Censor 

MEMBERS 

J. C. Bassich J. M. Hountha J. Tobin 

G. S. Brent N. O. Keith T. P. Toland 

G. G. Broderick J. H. Norville W. M. Walsh 

T. J. Burns J. A. O'Leary W. J. Whipple 

L. T. Cowley M. E. Reilly 



JUNIOR 



OFFICERS 
MR. J. C. KEARNS, S. J., Moderator 

FIRST TERM SECOND TERM 

T. Semmes Walmsley T. Semmes Walmsley President 

Anthony J. Touart Anthony J. Touart Secretary 

Gilbert A. Le Baron John P. Nelson Censor 

MEMBERS 

A. Bloch C. E. McMaster 

J. J. Brown S. B. Simon 

J. E. Deegan J. E. Toomey 

H. W. Garland N. L. Vickers 

J. L. Lavretta J. T. Wagner 
G. A. Whipple 



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WEATHER BUREAU 

The object of this society is to take meteorological observa- 
tions and display the various weather signals for the benefit of 
the faculty and students, and those living in the neighborhood of 
the college. 

REV. J. B, FRANCKHAUSER, S. J Director 

MEMBERS 

D. T. Hails J. J. Harty 

M. E.Reilly 



The Sppitig Hill ^evieta 



. PUBliISflBD BY . . 



THH STUDENTS OF SP^IflG fLlUU COLiLiEGE 



mOBILtE, RUR. 



STAFF 

REV. J. DE POTTER Moderator 

Raymond K. Rounds Editor-in-Chief 

Daniel T. Hails Associate Editor 

Henry I. Burguieres 1 , J7I1 . _,.,., 

T. Semmes Walmsley j AtUeUc Edttors 

Joseph H. Norville 1 . , .. . ,, 

William M. Walsh j Advertising Managers 

Benjamin J. Kern 1 ^ . ,. 

Timothy P. Toland j Business Managers 

George G. Broderick ) 
George A. Lasseigne 
Samuel J. Kelly 
John E. Deegan J 



Samifel J ' Kejf 618 " 6 >- Local and Exchange Editors 



Remittances, literary contributions and business letters 
should be addressed: 

THE SPRING HILL REVIEW, 

SPRING HILL COLLEGE, 

Mobile, Ala. 



38 
PHILHARMONIC SOCIETIES 



The object of these Societies is to add solemnity to religious 
and literary festivals and to give the members an opportunity of 
improving themselves in the practice of instrumental music. 

SENIOR BRASS BAND 
OFFICERS 

REV. K. NOWLAN, S. J President 

PROF. A. J. STAUB, Mus. D Director 

M. E. Reilly Vice-President 

H. A. Touart Secretary and Treasurer 

B. J. Kern Censor 

MEMBERS 

Mr. R. M. Brooks, S. J. S. Escalante 

Mr. D. J. Foulkes, S. J. J. M. Hountha 

R. M. Breard N. L. Keith 

G. G. Broderick G. A. Lasseigne 

J. J. Conway T. M. Maxent 

W. A. Dugan D. J. Ory 

E. Escalante H. J. Rapier 

JUNIOR BRASS BAND 
OFFICERS 

MR. C. A. KING, S. J President 

PROF. A. J. SUFFICH, Mus. B Director 

J. P. Nelson Vice-President 

D. A. Neely Secretary 

N. L. Vickers Censor 

MEMBERS 

J. E. Deegan K. P. Leche S. B. Simon 

V. Escalante J. L. Lavretta J. E. Toomey 

F. Hollander C. E. McMaster 



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COLLEGE ORCHESTRA 



OFFICERS 



Rev. G. A. Rittmeyer, S. J. 
Prof. a. J. Staub, Mus. d. Prof. A. J. Suffich, Mus. B, 



MEMBERS 



Mr. R. M. Brooks, S. J. 

Mr. D. J. Foulkes, S. J. 

Mr. C. A. King, S. J. 

J. C. Bassich 

R. M. Breard 

G. G. Broderick 

T. J. Burns 

J. E. Deegan 

W. F. Dugan 

E. E. Escalante 

V. Escalante 

A. P. Garland 

J. M. Hountha 

N. O. Keith 



G. A. Lasseigne 
J. L. Lavretta 
K. P. Leche 
M. Medina 
R. J. O'Hara 
D. J. Ory 
A. Peon 
M. E. Reilly 
C. R. Schimpf 
S. B. Simon 
J. E. Toomey 
A. J. Touart 
H. A. Touart 



40 
READING ROOM ASSOCIATIONS 



These Associations are intended to encourage useful reading 
among the students. During the hours of recreation, they may 
have access to libraries of more than two thousand volumes on 
various subjects by the best ancient and modern writers. 



SENIOR LIBRARY 



OFFICERS 



MR. D. J. FOULKES, S. J -Director 

B. J. Kern President 

T. P. Toland Secretary and Treasurer 

R. K. Rounds Librarian 



JUNIOR LIBRARY 



OFFICERS 

MR. J. C. KEARNS, S. J Director 

J. P. Nelson President 

F. J. Voorhies Vice-President 

H. M. Dempsey Secretary 

A. J. Touart Treasurer 

J E Deeganj Librarian 

S. B. Simon J 



41 
BILLIARD ROOM ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS 

MR. D. J. FoULKES, S. J Director 

S. Escalante President 

T. P. Toland Secretary and Treasurer 



COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIONS 

OFFICERS 

MR. D. J. FOULKES, S. J .Director 

GYMNASIUM 

D. T. Hails Director 

F. W. Miller Treasurer 

J. M. Hountha Censor 

BASEBALL TEAM 

B. J. Kern Captain 

P. R. Adamson Manager 

FOOTBALL TEAM 

R. K. Rounds Captain 

D. T. Hails ■ Manager 

BASKETBALL TEAM 

R. K. Rounds Captain 

J. M. Hountha Manager 

TENNIS CLUB 

D. T. Hails Captain 

G. L. Soniat Manager 



42 
JUNIOR ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIONS 



OFFICERS 
MR. J. C. KEARNS, S. J Director 

GYMNASIUM 

N. L. Vickers President 

T. S. Walmsley Vice-President 

H. W. Garland Secretary 

G. A. Whipple Treasurer 

BASEBALL TEAM 

T. S. Walmsley Captain 

J. P. Nelson Manager 

BASEBALL LEAGUES 

T.S.Walmsleyj Captains (ist League) 

J. P. Nelson J 

F. J. Voorhies j Captains (2nd League) 

J. P. Walsh J r\s/ 

J / ■?' ^° X j Captains (3rd League) 

J. E. Toomey J 

G.J.Batchelder j Captains ( 4 th League) 

J. H. Major J 

FOOTBALL TEAM 

T. S. Walmsley Captain 

H. M. Dempsey , r . r „ Manager 



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JUNIOR ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIONS— Continued 



BASKETBALL TEAM 

T. S. Walmsley Cpatain 

D. A. Neely Manager 

TENNIS CLUB 

T. S. Walmsley President 

F. L. Barker Treasurer 

TRACK TEAM 



N. L. Vickers 1 
F. L. Barker 

S. B. Simon j 

F. Juanes | 



Managers 






C.E. McMaster 
H.M. Dempsey 
J. P. Nelson 
M. R. Galliand 
T.S. Walmsley 



Captains (ist Division) 



G. A.Whipple 
A. T. Beary 
O. P. Patout 
M.P.Schneider 
J. J. Brown 



Captains (2nd Division) 



H. A. Douglas 
G. B. Finch 
J. H. Major 
K. P. Leche I 
G. D. Shepard J 



Captains (3rd Division) 



44 



Class Roll, 1905-1906 



PfimosoPHV 

Bassich, J. Cyril Hountha, Joseph M. 

Broderick, George G. vKern, Benjamin J. 

Cowley, Loyola T. Lasseigne, George A. 

Hails, Daniel T. Reilly, Maurice E. 

Soniat, G. Leon 

Bonvillain, Sydney A. v Ory, Daniel J. 

Keith, Nestor L. Ovalle / ' Rounds, Raymond K. 
Norville, Joseph H. I Touart, Hinton A. 

O'Leary, Joseph A. v Vickers, Nicholas L. 

Whipple, Webster J. 

POETRY 

Austin, D. Lawrence \ Le Baron, Gilbert A. 
Barker, Francis L. Levert, Robert L. 

Bordelon, Lester L. McMaster, Carey E. 

Breard, Robert M. Neeley, Peter E. 

Burguieres, Patout C. Olivier, Francis A. 

Burns, Thomas J. Skelly, Joseph P. 

Danos, Albert J. Supple, Joseph W. 

vEscalante, Ermilo E. Vizard, Anthony J. 

Walsh, William M. 

FI^ST G^AJVIJVIAl* 

y Alvey, Richard H. Nelson, John P. 

Blouin, Leon J. Olivier, Charles A. 

Bourgeois, Sidney J. O'Rourke, Francis J. 

Conway, John J. Touart, Anthony J. 

Fossier, D'Hamecourt Wagner, Joseph T. 

Kelly, Samuel L. Walmsley, T. Semmes 

Mistric, Oscar J. Weems, Douglas A. 

Morales, Herman L. Whipple, Griswold A. 



45 



SECOND GHRffifKRH 






j\lvarez, Bernardino 
Beall, Phillip D. 
Bloch, Arnold 
Brooks, Raphael M. 
Carbery, John E. 
Chalin, Frederic P. 
Daly, Thomas S. 
Dempsey, Harold M. 
Douglas, Hoffman A. 
Finch, Gregory B. 
Lavretta, John L. 



Lebeau, Edward J. 
McAfee, John A. 
McMahon, Richard D. 
Moore, William L. 
Neely, Maurice L. 
Nicrosi, William K. 
O'Flinn, John E. 
Toomey, John E. 
Turregano, Paul J. 
Voorhies, Francis J. 
Walsh, John T. 



TJiI**D GSAJVIJVIAt* 



Alvarez, Joseph 
v Batchelder, George J. 
Bauer, John T. 
Beary, Andrew T. 
Casanova Pedro 
Cox, James E. 
Daly, Joseph K. 
Faget, Luke A. 
Frederic, Emile W. 
Frederic, Hermes A. 

^.Touart, 



vGalliand, Maurice R. 

-Holland, Charles J. 

lLaue, Emile F. 

, Le Borgne, Alfred M. 
Leche, Karl P. 
O'Hara, Richard J. 
Patout, Philip P. 
Rios, Buenaventura 
Schatzman, Carling 
Shepard G. Darwin 
Clarence N. 



SUPESIOI* 



<?t 



Escalante, Secundino 
Harty, Joseph J. 



Miller, Frederic W. 
Toland, Timothy P 



IflTESMBDlATB 



Brent, George S. 
Burguieres, Henry 
Garland, Albert P. 
Giard, Leo A. 



Larrea, Ramon O. 
Reynaud, Oscar J. 
Tobin, John 
Walsh, Lucian R. 



Zieman, Alphonse J, 



4 6 



FISST 

Burvant, George J. 
Corbin, Cecil G. 
Daniel, L. Welder, 
Deegan, John E. 
Engelmann, Henry D. 
Kevlin, C. Wallace 
Landry, Paul T. 
Maxent, Thomas M. 

SECOND 
fibrdelon, Clifford J. 
Bourgeois, Paul 
Brown, Burguieres 
Brown, Frank J. 
Comeaux, Alptionse J. 
Denis, St., Augustus C. 
Dugan, William F. 

SECOND 
Brown, John J. 
Bullion, Sidney 
Chappuis, Claude L. 
Dupas, James J. 
Eichold, Hugo V. 
Garland, Henry W. 
Hollander, Ferdinand 
Kevlin, Henry R. 

Beaty, Charles L. 
Byrne, W. Cameron 
Centeno, Pio 
De Gravelle, Martin J. 
Escalante, Vicente 
Espriella, De La, Ricardo 
Feahney, Le Roy 
Fernandez, Manuel A. 
Jones, Hugh T. 
Juanes, Fernando 



EfiGlilSH 

O'Connor, Thomas J. 
Rapier, Henry J. 
Schmitt, John W. 
Schmitt, William A. '. 
Simon, Sidney B. 
Sowell, Charles J. 
Vila, Vincent J. 
Wall, Joseph E. 

EfiGIiISH A 

Frederic, Carlos E. 
Goldthwaite, Joseph M. 
Jackson, John E. 
Kelly, Thomas J. 
Moreda, Estanislas 
Nelson, Marble E. 
Romero, Clerphy 

EfiGLiisfi e 

Moresi, Louis R. 
Neely, Duggan A. 
Patout, Oswell P. 
i Patout, Sebastian S. 
Schimpf, Charles R. G. 
Schneider, Mathew P. 
Shepard, Thomas W. 
Thompson, Charles M. 

EflGHISH 

Kevlin, Edward J. 
Laviada, Antonio 
Major, Joseph H. 
Medina, Manuel 
Moreda, Juan 
H. O'Connor, Lawrence W. 
Peon, Arturo 
Pinkus, Alfonso 
Sanchez, Albert F. 
Walker, Merriott 



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Pl^HPA^flTO^V 

Adoue, Clifford A. Christ, William B. 

Aicardi, Antonio D'albor, Felix J. 

Bermudez, Octavio Glynn, Alfred 

Berzunza, Ermilo Lane, Marion P. 

Berzunza, T. Hernan . Martinez, F. Onesimo 

Berzunza, Juan M. ■ Moreno, Delio, 

Bird, Albert C. . ■ Murray, Joseph . 

Bonvillain, Charles N. Nelson, Louis 

Clark, Ernest A. - * Villaverde, Albert J. 



48 



t^oll of Honor 



The following students were distinguished during the year 
for good conduct and application to study. 

(The Highest Mumber of Marks Attainable is 100) 
SENIOR DIVISION 

BURNS, THOS. J 100 

COWLEY, LOYOLA T 100 

DALY, THOS. S 100 

DANOS, ALBERT J 100 

HAILS, DANIEL T 100 

KELLY, THOS. J 100 

LEVERT, ROBERT L 100 

MILLER, FREDERIC W 100 

O'ROURKE, FRANCIS J 100 

TOUART, HINTON A 100 

VIZARD, ANTHONY J 100 

WALSH, WILLIAM M 100 

ESCALANTE, ERMILO E 99 

NEELY, PETER E 99 

BERMUDEZ, OCTAVIO 99 

GOLDTHWAITE, JOSEPH M... 98 

MORENO, DELIO 98 

NORVILLE, JOSEPH H 98 

BURVANT, GEORGE G 97 

RAPIER, HENRY J. 97 

WHIPPLE, WEBSTER J 96 

ZIEMAN, ALPHONSE J 87 






49 

JUNIOR DIVISION 

BAUER, JOHN T 100 

BEARY, ANDREW T 100 

EICHOLD, HUGO V 100 

FEAHNEY, LE ROY 100 

JONES, HUGH T 100 

KEVLIN, EDWARD J 100 

KEVLIN, HENRY R 100 

LECHE, KARL P 100 

MAJOR, JOSEPH H 100 

OLIVIER, CHARLES A 100 

VOORHIES, FRANCIS J 100 

ALVEY, RICHARD H 99 

AUSTIN, D. LAWRENCE 99 

GLYNN, ALFRED 99 

PATOUT, PHILIP P 99 

SANCHEZ, ALBERT F 99 

TOUART, CLARENCE N 99 

VICKERS, NICHOLAS L 98 

BEALL, PHILIP D 97 

BYRNE, W. CAMERON 97 

CHRIST, WILLIAM B 97 

JUANES, FERNANDO 97 

LE BARON, GILBERT A 97 

MORESI, LOUIS R 97 

O'FLINN, JOHN E 97 

SIMON, SIDNEY B 97 

TOUART, ANTHONY J 97 

WAGNER, JOSEPH T 97 

GALLIAND, MAURICE R 96 

O'HARA, RICHARD J 96 

SCHATZMAN, CARL1NG 96 

BARKER, FRANCIS L 95 

BLOCH, ARNOLD 95 

CLARK, ERNEST A 95 

LANE, MARION P 95 

SCHIMPF, CHARLES R 95 



50 



WALMSLEY, T. SEMMES 95 

ALVAREZ, BERNARDINO 92 

DEEGAN, JOHN E , 92 

D'ALBOR, FELIX J 91 

MEDINA, MANUEL 91 

O'CONNOR, LAWRENCE W 91 

DUPAS, JAMES M 90 

VILLA VERDE, ALBERT 90 

LEBEAU, EDWARD J 89 

DOUGLASS, HOFFMAN A 87 

LAVIADA, ANTONIO 87 

PATOUT, OSWELL P 87 

SHEPARD, G. DARWIN 86 

BROOKS, RAPHAEL M 85 

FINCH, GREGORY B 84 

HOLLAND, CHARLES J 83 

NELSON, JOHN P 83 

RIOS, BUENAVENTURA 81 



51 



R. JA. D. O. 



Seventy«Shd:h 



AHH^ALi COlVUVIEflCElVIEHT 



.op.. 



Spring Hill College 



Wednesday, June 20th, 1906 



AT 8:30 A. JVT 



THE THOMAS BYRNE 

MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

SPRING HILL COLLEGE 

SPRING HILL, ALA. 



52 

PROGRAMME 



War March from Athalia Mendelsohn 

Orchestra 

Salutatory Daniel Troy Hails 

OVERTURE "Night in Granada" Kreutzer 

Orchestra 

DISCOURSE— "Catholic Education and Educators" 

Hon. John St. Paul, A. M., L. L. D. 

AIR Variee (For Piano -and Violin) DeBeriot 

William F. Dugan 

ADDRESS TO THE GRADUATES Very Reverend President 

Minuet A. J. Suffich 

Orchestra 

Valedictory Geo. G. Broderick 

String Quartette in D (i Movement) Mozart 

Hinton A. Touart Flute 

William F. Dugan ..Violin 

August J. Staub - Viola 

Angelo J. Suffich Cello 



CONFERRING OF DEGREES 

The Butterfly Bendix 

Orchestra 



AWARD OF MEDALS 
DISTRIBUTION OF PREMIUMS 



53 






THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF DIVINITY 



WAS CONFERRED UPON 



-VERY REV. CHARLES H. MOHR, O. S. B. 

Abbott, St. Leo's Abbey, Diocese of St. Augustine 



54 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 
WAS CONFERRED VPON 

EDWARD B. DREAPER, A. B. 
PAUL R. ADAMSON, A. B. 



55 






THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 



GEORGE G. BRODERICK 
DANIEL T. HAILS 
LOYOLA T. COWLEY 
JOSEPH M. HOUNTHA 
BENJAMIN J. KERN 
MAURICE E. REILLY 



THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE CLASS WERE 
WON BY 

GEORGE G. BRODERICK 



56 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

WAS CONFERRED UPON 

TIMOTHY P. TOLAND 
JOSEPH J, HARTY 
SECUNDINO ESCALANTE 
FREDERIC W. MILLER 



THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE CLASS WERE 
WON BY 

TIMOTHY H. TOLAND 



\ 



"3 

I 



57 



Auiard of JVIedals 



THE BISHOP'S MEMORIAL MEDAL 

FOUNDED 



BY THE LATE 



RT. REV. BISHOP O'SULLIVAN, D. D, 



FOR 



EXCELLENCE IN CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 



AND 



ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY 



WAS MERITED BY 



Webster !♦ Wb'mk 



NEXT IN MERIT 



NESTOR O. KEITH JOSEPH H. NORVILLE 

DANIEL T. HAILS 



58 

THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR THE 

BEST EXAMINATION IN CATECHISM 

WAS MERITED BY 

John J, Conway 

NEXT IN MERIT 

JOSEPH T. WAGNER RAPHAEL M. BROOKS 

JOHN T. BAUER 

DONOR 

REV. THOMAS D. MADDEN, S. J. 
Selma, Ala. 



59 

THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



GOOD CONDUCT * 



IN THE SENIOR DIVISION 
WAS MERITED BY 

Uoyola C. Cowley 

DONOR 

REV. L. SCHULER, S. J. 

MOBILE, ALA. 

PREMIUM 

ALBERT. J. DANOS 

DISTINGUISHED 

Thomas S. Daly Thomas J. Burns 

Francis J. O'Rourke Hinton A. Touart 

Webster J. Whipple Robert L. Levert 

Daniel T. Hails Anthony J. Vizatd 

William M. Walsh Ermilo E. Escalante 



*The Gold Medals for Good Conduct have been awarded by the votes of the students 
with the approbation of the Faculty. 



60 

THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 
GOOD CONDUCT 

IN THE JUNIOR DIVISION 

WAS MERITED BY 

Charles 2L ©livier 

DONOR 

MR. JOHN KEARNS 

Lebanon, Ky. 

premium 

T. SEMMES WALMSLEY 

DISTINGUISHED 

John T. Bauer Nicholas L. Vickers 

Francis J. Voorhies Sidney B. Simon 

Andrew T. Beary Francis L. Barker 

Anthony J. Touart Henry R. Kevlin 

John P. Nelson John E. Deegan 



61 

THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 



BEST COMPOSITION 



IN 



MENTAL PHILOSOPHY 



WAD MERITED BY 



Daniel d* lhails 



DONOR 



MISS NORMA GRILLO 



Natchez, Miss. 



62 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR THE 

BEST ENGLISH COMPOSITION 

WAS MERITED BY 

Daniel £♦ Ibails 

NEXT IN MERIT 
SAMUEL L. KELLY RAYMOND K. ROUNDS 

GEORGE G. BRODER1CK JOHN E. DEEGAN 



DONOR 

VERY REV. C. T. O'CALLAGHAN, D. D., V. G. 

MOBILE, ALA. 



63 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 



BEST LATIN COMPOSITION 



WAS MERITED BY 



$eorge C* Broderfck 



NEXT IN MERIT 



D. LAWRENCE AUSTIN 
JOSEPH A. O'LEARY 



DANIEL T. HAILS 
WEBSTER J. WHIPPLE 



DONOR 



REV. D. SAVAGE, D. D 



MONTGOMERY, ALA. 



64 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR THE 

BEST GREEK COMPOSITION 

WAS MERITED BY 

Joseph 1B. Utorvillc 

NEXT IN MERIT 

ANTHONY J. TOUART RICHARD H. ALVEY 

WEBSTER J. WHIPPLE SIDNEY J. BONVILLAIN 

DONOR 

DR. T. A. DUGGAN 

New Orleans, La. 



65 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 
PHYSICAL SCIENCES 

WAS MERITED BY 

Geo* <&♦ tSroderick 

NEXT IN MERIT 

DANIEL T. HAILS LOYOLA T. COWLEY 

BENJAMIN J. KERN JOSEPH J. HARTY 

DONOR 

REV. W. A. WILKINSON, S. J. 
Augusta, Ga. 



66 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 
EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS 

(FIRST GRADE) 
WAS MERITED BY 

IRaymond 1k* Ktounds 

NEXT IN MERIT 

FRANCIS A. OLIVIER DANIEL T. HAILS 

CAREY E. MCMASTER 

DONOR 

MR. J. GOLDSTEIN 

MOBILE, Ala. 



67 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 
EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS 

(SECOND GRADE) 
WAS MERITED BY 

Charles 2L Olivier 

NEXT IN MERIT 

FRANCIS J. VOORHIES PHILIP D. BEALL 

BERNARDINO ALVAREZ 

DONOR 

MR. R. A. FINCH 
TOULMINVILLE, ALA. 



68 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 
FOR EXCELLENCE IN ELOCUTION 

(SENIOR SECTION) 
WAS MERITED BY 

Maurice £. 1ReHl? 

NEXT IN MERIT 

NICHOLAS L. VICKERS WEBSTER J. WHIPPLE 

CAREY E. MCMASTER 

DONOR 
MR. E. O. CAROLIN 
Mobile, Ala. 



69 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

EXCELLENCE IN ELOCUTION 

(JUNIOR SECTION) 

WAS MERITED BY 

Bntbony $♦ Gouart 

NEXT IN MERIT 

ANDREW T. BEARY BERNARDINO ALVAREZ 

GRISWOLD A. WHIPPLE JOHN E. O'FLINN 

T. SEMMES WALMSLEY 

DONOR 

MR. SIDNEY LOWENSTEIN 

Mobile, Ala. 



70 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

EXCELLENCE IN HISTORY 

WAS MERITED BY 

Gbomas 5* Stoty 

NEXT IN MERIT 
WEBSTER J. WHIPPPLE DANIEL T. HAILS 

DONOR 
MAJOR PATRICK C. HANNAN 
Mobile, Ala. 






71 

THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

The Greatest Improvement 

IN 

PENMANSHIP 

WAS MERITED BY 

John JL yftcHfee 

NEXT IN MERIT 



BERNARDINO ALVAREZ CHARLES N. BONVILLAIN 

G. DARWIN SHEPARD FERNANDO JUANES 

FRANCIS J. VOORHIES VICENTE ESCALANTE 

R. H. DE LA ESPRIELLA ALBERT F. SANCHEZ 

JOHN P. WALSH MERRIOTT WALKER 

JOHN T. BAUER ONESIMO MARTINEZ 

PIO CENTENO FRED P. CHALIN 

PHILIP P. PATOUT ARTURO PEON 

BUENAVENTURA RIOS EDWARD J. LEBEAU 
KARL P. LECHE 

(This competition is limited to the lower classes, viz., 
Second and Third Grammar, Third English and Preparatory.) 

DONOR 
REV. JOHN W. DUNN 

MOBILE, ALA. 



72 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



Proficiency in the use of Instrument 
in the Senior Brass Band 

WAS MERITED BY 

Maurice £♦ Uteilly 

NEXT IN MERIT 

HINTON A. TOUART NESTOR O. KEITH 

GEORGE G. BRODERICK GEORGE A. LASSEIGNE 

DONOR 

DR. ANGELO FESTORAZZI 

Mobile, Ala. 






73 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



Proficiency in the Use of Instrument 
in the Junior Brass Band 



WAS MERITED BY 



ftntbony ])♦ ftouart 



NEXT IN MERIT 



JOHN L. LAVRETTA 
JOHN E. DEEGAN 



JOHN P. NELSON 
NICHOLAS L. VICKERS 



DONOR 
MR. WILLIAM MCDONNELL 
MOBILE, ALA. 



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Distribution of Premiums 



Graduating Classes 



PHILOSOPHY 



EXCELLENCE 



FIRST PREMIUM 



GEORGE G. BRODERICK 

SECOND PREMIUM 
DANIEL T. HAILS 

DISTINGUISHED 

LOYOLA T. COWLEY JOSEPH M. HOUNTHA 






SUPERIOR 



EXCELLENCE 

PREMIUM 
TIMOTHY P. TOLAND 



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Classical Course 



RHETORIC 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Sdiney A. Bonvillain 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Webster J. Whipple 

DISTINGUISHED 

Joseph H. Norville Raymond K. Rounds 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Raymond K. Rounds 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Nestor O. Keith 

DISTINGUISHED 
Webster J. Whipple Joseph H. Norville 



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LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Nestor O. Keith 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Joseph A. O'Leary 

DISTINGUISHED 
Webster J. Whipple Sidney A. Bonviilain 

GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Nestor O. Keith 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Webster J. Whipple 

DISTINGUISHED 
Sidney A. Bonviilain Nicholas L. Vickers 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Raymond K. Rounds 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Joseph H. Norville 

DISTINGUISHED 
Webster J. Whipple Joseph A. O'Leary 



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TRIGONOMETRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Nestor O. Keith 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Raymond K. Rounds 

DISTINGUISHED 
Hinton A. Touart Webster J. Whipple 

! STORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

? RST PREMIUM 
Joseph H. Norville 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Sidney A. Bonvillain 

DISTINGUISHED 

Raymond K. Rounds Webster J. Whipple 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Webster J. Whipple- 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Nestor O. Keith 

DISTINGUISHED 
Nicholas L. Vickers Joseph A. O'Leary 



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POETRY 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Francis A. Olivier 

SECOND PREMIUM 
William M.Walsh 

DISTINGUISHED 
Lester L. Bordelon Robert M. Breard 

D. Lawrence Austin Albert J. Danos 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
William M. Walsh 

SECOND PREMIUM 
D. Lawrence Austin 

DISTINGUISHED 
Robert M. Breard Albert J. Danos 

Francis L. Barker Robert L. Levert 

LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 
D. Lawrence Austin 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Robert M. Breard 

DISTINGUISHED 

Francis A. Olivier William M. Walsh 

Carey E. McMaster Gilbert A. Le Baron 



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GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 
D. Lawrence Austin 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Joseph P. Skelly 

DISTINGUISHED 
Robert M. Breard Francis A. Olivier 

Thomas J. Burns Francis L. Barker 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM! 
Francis A Olivier 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Robert M. Breard 

DISTINGUISHED 
Thomas J. Burns Carey E. McMaster 

William M. Walsh Francis L. Barker 

GEOMETRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Francis A. Olivier 

SECOND PREMIUM 
William M. Walsh 

DISTINGUISHED 
Albert J. Danos Robert L. Levert 

Francis L. Barker Ermilo E. Escalante 



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HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Francis A. Olivier 

SECOND PREMIUM 
William M. Walsh 

DISTINGUISHED 
Joseph P. Skelly Albert J. Danos 

Thomas J. Burns Robert M. Breard 

BOOK-KEEPING 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Francis A. Olivier 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Thomas J. Burns 

DISTINGUISHED 
Carey E. McMaster Robert M. Breard 

Francis L. Barker Joseph P. Skelly 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Carey E. McMaster 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Francis A. Olivier 

DISTINGUISHED 

William M. Walsh 1 Thos< j Burns 

Lester L. Bordelon [ ex aequo 

J Robert L. Levert 

Anthony J. Vizard 




MORTUARY CHAPEL 




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FIRST GRAMMAR 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Francis J. O'Rourke 

SECOND PREMIUM 
D'Hamecourt Fossier 

DISTINGUISHED 
Charles A. Olivier Joseph T. Wagner 

Samuel L. Kelly Leon J. Blouin 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Francis J. O'Rourke 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Anthony J. Touart 

DISTINGUISHED 
Joseph T. Wagner Samuel L. Kelly 

Richard H. Alvey Leon J. Blouin 



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LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Francis J. O'Rourke 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Samuel L. Kelly 

DISTINGUISHED 

Charles A. Olivier Richard H. Alvey 

Anthony J. Touart Joseph T. Wagner 

GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Charles A. Olivier 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Francis J. O'Rourke 

DISTINGUISHED 

Richard H. Alvey Samuel L. Kelly 

Anthony J. Touart Joseph T. Wagner 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Samuel L. Kelly 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Francis J. O'Rourke 

DISTINGUISHED 
Richard H. Alvey John J. Conway 

Charles A. Olivier Joseph T. Wagner 

ALGEBRA 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Charles A. Olivier 
SECOND PREMIUM 
T. Semmes Walmsley 

DISTINGUISHED 

Francis J. O'Rourke ) John J. Conway 1 

Samuel L. Kelly } ex ae ^° Anthony J. Touart \ ex ae * wo 

John P. Nelson Joseph T. Wagner 



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HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Francis J. O'Rourke 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Leon J. Blouin 

DISTINGUISHED 
Charles A. Olivier Richard H. Alvey 

Samuel L. Kelly Joseph T. Wagner 

BOOKKEEPING 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Samuel L. Kelly 



in J 



Leon J. Blouin 

SECOND PREMIUM 

John P. Nelson 

DISTINGUISHED 

John J. Conway Richard H. Alvey 

T. SemmesWalmsley Charles A. Olivier 

ELOCUTION 



FIRST PREMIUM 

Griswold A. Whipple 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Samuel L. Kelly 

DISTINGUISHED 
Anthony J. Touart 
T. Semmes Walmsley 



John J. Conway 
John P. Nelson 



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SECOND GRAMMAR 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Harold M. Dempsey 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Thomas S. Daly 

DISTINGUISHED 

Francis J. Voorhies William K. Nicrosi 

Phillip D. Beall John A. McAfee 

Hoffman A. Douglas 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Thomas S. Daly 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Harold M. Dempsey 

DISTINGUISHED 
Francis J. Voorhies Bernardino Alvarez 

Philip J. Beall Arnold Bloch 

Raphael M. Brooks 

LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Raphael M. Brooks 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Arnold Bloch 

DISTINGUISHD 

Thomas S. Daly Philip D. Beall 

Francis J. Voorhies Bernardino Alvarez 

Harold M. Dempsey 



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GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Raphael M. Brooks 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Thomas S. Daly 

DISTINGUISHED 
Harold M. Dempsey Arnold Bloch 

Francis J. Voorhies Philip D. Beall 

Bernardino Alvarez 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Thomas S. Daly 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Arnold Bloch 

DISTINGUISHED 

Harold M. Dempsey Francis J, Voorhies 

Paul J. Turregano Bernardino Alvarez 

Edward J. Lebeau 

ALGEBRA 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Bernadino Alvarez 

SECOND RREMIUM 

Thomas S. Daly 

DISTINGUISHED 

Francis J. Voorhies William K. Nicrosi 

Harold M. Dempsey Philip D. Beall 

Arnold Bloch 

ARITHMETIC 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Philip D. Beall 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Raphael M. Brooks 

DISTINGUISHED 
Francis J. Voorhies Thomas S. Daly 

Bernardino Alvarez Arnold Bloch 

Hoffman A. Douglas 



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HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Thomas S. Daly 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Francis J. Voorhies 

DISTINGUISHED 

Philip D. Beall Edward J. Lebeau 

Harold M. Dempsey William K. Nicrosi 

John E. Toomey 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Bernardino Alvarez 

SECOND PREMIUM 

John E. O'Flinn 

DISTINGUISHED 

John E. Toomey Harold M. Dempsey 

Philip D. Beall , John L. Lavretta 

John A. McAfee 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Hoffman A. Douglas 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Harold M. Dempsey 

DISTINGUISHED 

John L. Lavretta John P. Walsh 

Bernardino Alvarez Francis J. Voorhies 

Frederic P. Chalin 



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THIRD GRAMMAR 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
John T. Bauer 

second premium 

Maurice R. Galliand 



DISTINGUISHED 



Carling Schatzman 
Emile W. Frederic 



Karl P. Leche 
Andrew T. Beary 



EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Karl P. Leche 

SECOND PREMIUM 

John T. Bauer 

DISTINGUISHED 

Maurice R. Galliand Carling Schatzman 

Andrew T. Beary G. Darwin Shepard 

LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 
John T. Bauer 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Andrew T. Beary 

DISTINGUISHED 
Emile W. Frederic Karl P. Leche 

Maurice R. Galliand Buenaventura Rios 

GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Andrew T. Beary 

SECOND PREMIUM 
John T. Bauer 

DISTINGUISHED 



Maurice R. Galliand 
G. Darwin Shepard 



Buenaventura Rios 
Carling Schatzman 






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ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Hermes A. Frederic 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Karl P. Leche 

DISTINGUISHED 

Maurice R. Galliand Andrew T. Beary 

Carling Schatzman Richard J. O'Hara 

ARITHMETIC 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Karl P. Leche 

SECOND PREMIUM 

John T. Bauer 

DISTINGUISHED 

Maurice R. Galliand Carling Schatzman 

Philip P. Patout G. Darwin Shepard 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

John T. Bauer 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Carling Schatzman 

DISTINGUISHED 

Karl P. Leche G. Darwin Shepard 

Buenaventura Rios Maurice R. Galliand 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Andrew T. Beary 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Karl P. Leche 

DISTINGUISHED 

George J. Batchelder Maurice R. Galliand 

Carling Schatzman G. Darwin Shepard 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Buenaventura Rios 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Pedro Casanovo 

DISTINGUISHED 

Philip P. Patout Carling Schatzman 

Alfred M. Le Borgne G. Darwin Shepard 



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English Course 



INTERMEDIATE 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Oscar J. Reynaud 

SECOND PREMIUM 
George S. Brent 

DISTINGUISHED 
Albert P. Garland Alphonse J. Zieman 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Albert P. Garland 

SECOND PREMIUM 
John Tobin 

DISTINGUISHED 
Henry I. Burguieres Ramon O. Larrea 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 
John Tobin 

SECOND PREMIUM 
George S. Brent 

DISTINGUISHED 
Oscar J. Reynaud Albert P. Garland 

TRIGONOMETRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Albert P. Garland 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Henry I. Burguieres 

DISTINGUISHED 
Ramon O. Larrea Leo A. Giard 



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CHEMISTRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Albert P. Garland 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Ramon O. Larrea 

DISTINGUISHED 
Leo A. Giard John Tobin 

ALGEBRA 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Albert P. Garland 

SECOND PREMIUM 

John Tobin 

DISTINGUISHED 

Henry I. Burguieres Ramon O. Larrea 

HISTORY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Alphonse J. Zieman 

SECOND PREMIUM 
John Tobin 

DISTINGUISHED 
Albert P. Garland Ramon O. Larrea 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Leo A. Giard 

SECOND PREMIUM 
John Tobin 

DISTINGUISHED 
George S. Brent Oscar J. Reynaud 

TYPEWRITING 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Alphonse J. Zieman 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Leo A. Giard 

DISTINGUISHED 
Oscar J. Reynaud Lucian R. Walsh 



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FIRST ENGLISH 



John E. Deegan 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
John W. Schmitt 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Henry D. Engelmann 

DISTINGUISHED 

C. Wallace Kevlin 
Joseph E. Wall 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Henry D. Engelmann 

SECOND PREMIUM 
John E. Deegan 

DISTINGUISHED 



Sidney B. Simon 



John W. Schmitt 



Joseph E. Wall 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 
John E. Deegan 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Henry D. Engelmann 

DISTINGUISHED 

William A. Schmitt C. Wallace Kevlin 

L. Welder Daniel 






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GEOMETRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
C. Wallace Kevlin 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Henry D. Engelmann 

DISTINGUISHED 

Paul T. Landry John E. Deegan 

Sidney B. Simon 

ALGEBRA 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Henry D. Engelmann 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Sidney B. Simon 

DISTINGUISHED 

John E. Deegan Henry J. Rapier 

C. Wallace Kevlin 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Henry D. Engelmann 

SECOND PREMIUM 
William A. Schmitt 

DISTINGUISHED 

C. Wallace Kevlin John W. Schmitt 

John E. Deegan 



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BOOKKEEPING 

FIRST PREMIUM 
C. Wallace Kevlin 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Henry D. Engelmann 

DISTINGUISHED 

John W, Schmitt L. Welder Daniel 

James T. O'Connor 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
George J. Burvant 

SECOND PREMIUM 
John W. Schmitt 

DISTINGUISHED 

John E. Deegan C. Wallace Kevlin 

Joseph E. Wall 

TYPEWRITING 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Paul T. Landry 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Sidney B. Simon 

DISTINGUISHED 

George J. Burvant C. Wallace Kevlin 

John W. Schmitt 



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SECOND ENGLISH 



Section A 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Thomas J. Kelly 

SECOND PREMIUM 

William F. Dugan 

DISTINGUISHED 

Frank J. Brown August C. St. Denis 

Burguieres Brown 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Frank J. Brown 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Burguieres Brown 

DISTINGUISHED 

Estanislas Moreda Thomas J. Kelly 

William F. Dugan 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Frank J. Brown 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Burguieres Brown 

DISTINGUISHED 

Thomas J. Kelly William F. Dugan 

Carlos E. Frederic 



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BOOKKEEPING 

FIRST PREMIUM 
William F. Dugan 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Estanislas Moreda 

DISTINGUISHED 
Burguieres Brown Frank J. Brown 

Thomas J. Kelly 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Thomas J. Kelly 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Frank J. Brown 

DISTINGUISHED 

William F. Dugan Estanislas Moreda 

Carlos E. Frederic 

ALGEBRA 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Estanislas Moreda 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Frank J. Brown 

DISTINGUISHED 

William F. Dugan Burguieres Brown 

Paul Bourgeois 



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ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
William F. Dugan 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Augustus C. St. Denis 

DISTINGUISHED 

John E. Jackson Burguieres Brown 

Carlos E. Frederic 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Clifford J. Bordelon 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Augustus C. St. Denis 

DISTINGUISHED 
William F. Dugan Clerphy Romero 

Thomas J. Kelly 



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SECOND ENGLISH 



Section B 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Henry R. Kevlin 

SECOND PREMIUM 
John J. Brown 

DISTINGUISHED 

Oswell P. Patout Louis R. Moresi 

Henry W. Garland 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Hugo V. Eichold 

SECOND PREMIUM 

John J. Brown 

DISTINGUISHED 

Charles M. Thompson Charles R. Schimpf 

Henry W. Garland 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Henry R. Kevlin 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Charles M. Thompson 

DISTINGUISHED 

John J. Brown Henry W. Garland 

Louis R. Moresi 

BOOKKEEPING 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Henry R. Kevlin 

SECOND PREMIUM 

John J. Brown 

DISTINGUISHED 

Charles M. Thompson Hugo V. Eichold 

Louis R. Moresi 



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HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Hugo V. Eichold 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Henry R. Kevlin 
DISTINGUISHED 
Charles M. Thompson 

John J. Brown 

ALGEBRA 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Oswell P. Patout 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Louis R. Moresi 

DISTINGUISHED 



Henry R. Kevlin 



Oswell P. Patout 



John J. Brown 
ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Henry W. Garland 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Henry R. Kevlin 

DISTINGUISHED 

John J. Brown 
PENMANSHIP 



Louis R. Moresi 



Hugo V. Eichold 



James J. Dupas 



FIRST PREMIUM 

Hugo V. Eichold 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Louis R. Moresi 

DISTINGUISHED 

Charles M. Thompson 

Oswell P. Patout 



John J. Brown 



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THIRD ENGLISH 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 



Merriott Walker 
Vicente Escalante 



FIRST PREMIUM 

Pio Centeno 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Ricardo H. de la Espriella 

DISTINGUISHED 

Manuel A. Fernandez 

Arturo Peon 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Ricardo H. de la Espriella 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Arturo Peon 
DISTINGUISHED 
Pio Centeno Joseph H. Major 

Vicente Escalante Juan Moreda 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Ricardo H. de la Espriella 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Arturo Peon 

DISTINGUISHED 



Pio Centeno 
Edward J. Kevlin 



Vicente Escalante 
Antonio Laviada 



ARITHMETIC 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Alfonso Pinkus 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Arturo Peon 



DISTINGUISHED 
Ricardo H. de la Espriella 
Pio Centeno 



Albert F. Sanchez 
Manuel Medina 



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HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Ricardo H. de la Espriella 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Arturo Peon 

DISTINGUISHED 
Edward J. Kevlin Albert F. Sanchez 

Pio Centeno Antonio Laviada 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Arturo Peon 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Joseph H. Major 

DISTINGUISHED 
Ricardo H. de la Espriella Hugh T. Jones 

Merriott Walker Antonio Laviada 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Alfonso Pinkus 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Pio Centeno 

DISTINGUISHED 

Vicente Escalante Manuel A.. Fernandez 

Juan Moreda Albert F. Sanchez 

Fernando Juanes 

SPELLING 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Merriott Walker 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Ricardo H. de la Espriella 

DISTINGUISHED 
Hugh T. Jones Vicente Escalante 

Le Roy Feahney Juan Moreda 



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PREPARATORY 






Felix J. D'albor 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Albert J. Villaverde 
SECOND PREMIUM 

Joseph Murray 
DISTINGUISHED 

William B. Christ 
Louis Nelson 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Albert J. Villaverde 
SECOND PREMIUM 

Louis Nelson 



Joseph Murray 



DISTINGUISHED 

William B. Christ 
ENGLISH GRAMMAR 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Albert J. Villaverde 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Joseph Murray 

DISTINGUISHED 



Ernest A. Clark 



Louis Nelson 



Felix J. D'albor 



William B. Christ 
HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Albert J. Villaverde 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Louis Nelson 

DISTINGUISHED 



Joseph Murray 



Clifford A. Adoue 



Felix J. D'albor 






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ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Albert C. Bird 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Joseph Murray 
DISTINGUISHED 



Louis Nelson 



Clifford A. Adoue 



Joseph Murray 



William B. Christ 
SPELLING 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Albert C. Bird 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Clifford A. Adoue 

DISTINGUISHED 

Albert J. Villaverde 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Albert J. Villaverde 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Alfred Glynn 

DISTINGUISHED 
F. Onesimo Martinez 

T. Hernan Berzunza 

ARITHMETIC 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Albert J. Villaverde 

SECOND PREMIUM 
F. Onesimo Martinez 

DISTINGUISHED 
T. Hernan Berzunza 

Juan M. Berzunza 



Louis Nelson 



Ernest A. Clark 



Ernest A. Clark 



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JVtode^n Languages 



FRENCH 



FIRST CLASS 

PREMIUM 
James J. Dupas 

DISTINGUISHED 
Henry D. Engelmann Clerphy Romero 

SECOND CLASS 

PREMIUM 

T. Semmes Walmsley 

Albert P. Garland George J. Burvant 



GERMAN 



PREMIUM 
Sidney B. Simon 

DISTINGUISHED 
Leo A. Giard William F. Dugan 



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SPANISH 



FIRST CLASS 

PREMIUM 

Nicholas L. Vickers 

DISTINGUISHED 
Thomos J. Burns Oscar J. Reynaud 

SECOND CLASS 

PREMIUM 
Joseph H. Norville 

DISTINGUISHED 
Samuel L. Kelly Hugo V. Eichold 



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DRAWING 



ARCHITECTURAL 

PREMIUM 

Henry D. Engelmann 

DISTINGUISHED 

Charles R. Schimpf Richard D. McMahon 

MECHANICAL 

PREMIUM 

Carey E. McMaster 

DISTINGUISHED 

Francis L. Barker Claude L. Chappius 

ORNAMENTAL 

PREMIUM 

William K. Nicrosi 

ENGINEERING 

(FIELD) 

PREMIUM 

Ermilo E. Escalante 

(ELECTRICAL) 

PREMIUM 
Nestor O. Keith 
PYROGRAPHY 

PREMIUM 

George J. Batchelder 

DISTINGUISHED 

Ferdinand Hollander Clarence N. Touart 



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MUSIC 

PIANO 

DIVISION A 

PREMIUM 
J. Cyril Bassich 

DISTINGUISHED 
Hinton A. Touart Fernando Juanes 

Henry D. Engelmann Alphonse J. Comeaux 

DIVISION B 
PREMIUM 
Sidney B. Simon 
DISTINGUISHED 
Arturo Peon Bernardino Alvarez 

John L. Lavretta John J. Brown 

Richard J. O'Hara 
VIOLIN 

DIVISION A 

PREMIUM 
William F. Dugan 
DISTINGUISHED 
Joseph M. Hountha Ermilo E. Escalante 

Thomas J. Burns Joseph E. Wall 

DIVISION B 
PREMIUM 
Anthony J. Touart 
DISTINGUISHED 
John E. Toomey Charles R. Schimpf 

Vicente Escalante Manuel Medina 

Richard J. O'Hara 



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FLUTE 

PREMIUM 

Daniel J. Ory 

DISTINGUISHED 
Hinton A. Touart George A. Lasseigne 

Albert P. Garland John E. Deegan 

Karl P. Leche 

CORNET 
DIVISION A 

PREMIUM 
. George A. Lasseigne 

DISTINGUISHED 
Nestor O. Keith Secundino Escalante 

Henry J. Rapier John L. Lavretta 

DIVISION B 

PREMIUM 

Ermile W. Frederic 

DISTINGUISHED 

Robert L. Levert John E. Jackson 

Vicente Escalante 

MANDOLIN 

PREMIUM 

Henry I. Burguieres 

DISTINGUISHED 

Henry J. Rapier Patout C. Burguieres 

Secundino Escalante 



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STENOGRAPHY 

PREMIUM 
Anthony J. Touart 

DISTINGUISHED 

Joseph J. Harty Henry W. Garland 

Hug© V. Eichold 

TYPEWRITING 
SECTION A 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Joseph J. Harty 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Hinton A. Touart 

DISTINGUISHED 

Sidney J. Bourgeois Paul Bourgeois 

Duggan A. Neely 

SECTION B 

PREMIUM 
John J. Conway 

DISTINGUISHED 
Nicholas L. Vickers Thomas J. Kelly 



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Premiums 



FOR 



FOUR OR MORE DISTINCTIONS 



FRANCIS L. BARKER 
ALBERT J. DANOS 
ROBERT L. LEVERT 
RICHARD H. ALVEY 
JOSEPH T. WAGNER 
G. DARWIN SHEPARD 
JOSEPH E. WALL 



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Acknowledgements 



THE PRESIDENT AND FACULTY WISH TO EX- 
PRESS THEIR GRATEFUL ACENOWLDGEMENT 
TO THE FOLLOWING PERSONS FOR DO- 
NATIONS TO THE COLLEGE 

VERY REV. C. T. O'CALLAHAN, D. D., V. G., Mobile, Ala. 

REV. EDWARD KIRWIN, D. D. 

Major P. C. HANNAN, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. AND MRS. J. H. KEARNS, Lebanon, Ky. 

PROF. PAUL C. BOUDOUSQUIE, Mobile, Ala. 

MESSRS. W. AND J. RYAN, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. RUSSELL, Mobile, Ala. 

MRS. M. J. DEMPSEY, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. ALEX BLOCH AND MRS. J. S. SIMON, Mobile, Ala. 

MRS. J. C. LAVRETTA, Mobile, Ala. 

MRS. KATHERINE TOUART, Summerville, Ala. 

MR. JOHN BAUER, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. M. J. VICKERS, Mobile, Ala. 

MRS. M. S. HOLLAND, New Orleans, La. 

MRS. N. A. WOODY, New Orleans, La. 

MRS. S. FOSSIER, New Orleans, La. 

MISS ANGELA GEROW, Mobile, Ala. 

MISS ALICE DEL BARCO, Crichton, Ala. 

MR. LOUIS STEIN, Spring Hill, Ala. 

MR. AND MRS. JAMES MAURY, Spring Hill, Ala. 

Masters D. A. NEELY and J. E. TOOMEY, Mobile, Ala. 

JESUIT ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, New Orleans, La. 

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 

DONORS OF MEDALS 

CONTRIBUTORS TO ALUMNI HALL 



Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam 



Catalogue 



OF 



Spring Hill College 

(ST. JOSEPH'S) 



NEAR 



Mobile, Ala. 

1906-1907 



MOBILE 
W. B. Delchamps , Printer and Binder 

1907 



INDEX 



Board of Trustees 3 

Officers and Faculty 4 

Prospectus 7 

Historical Statement 7 

Site and Grounds 7 

General Equipment 8 

Method of Direction 9 

Religious Training 9 

System of Education 10 

Courses of Study 10 

Extra Courses 11 

Admission 11 

Examinations and Promotions 12 

Reports 12 

Reasons for Dismissal 12 

Special Regulations 13 

A Student's Wardrobe 13 

Visiting Regulations 13 

General Charges 14 

Special Charges 14 

Important Remarks 15 

General Order of Class Days , . . . 16 

Studies of the Post-Graduate Course 17 

Studies of the Classical Course 18 

Studies of the English Course ' 22 

Studies of the Preparatory Course 25 

Theses Propugnandae ad Gradum A. B 26 

List of Students 30 

Class Roll 37 

Societies 42 

Roll of Honor 54 

Programme of Commencement 59 

Degrees Conferred 61 

Programme of Elocution Contest 66 

Award of Medals 67 

Distribution of Premiums 84 

Acknowledgments 123 

The Alumni Hall — Circular Letter 124 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



REV. FRANCIS X. TWELLMEYER, S. J. 
President 

rev. charles d. barland, s. j. 
rev. james j. Mclaughlin, s. j. 
rev. augustine j. hugh, s. j. 
rev. theobald w. butler, s. j. 



The corporate title of the College is : The Pres- 
ident and Trustees of the Spring Hill College in the 
County of Mobile, Ala. 



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I 

OFFICERS and FACULTY 



REV. FRANCIS X. TWELLMEYER, S. J. 
President 

i REV. CHARLES D. BARLAND, S. J. 

Vice-President 
Prefect of Studies and Discipline 

/ rev. james j. Mclaughlin, s. j. 

Secretary 

y REV. AUGUSTINE J. HUGH, S. J. 
Treasurer 

REV. THEOBALD W. BUTLER, S. J. 

V/ftEV. JOHN O'SHANAHAN, S. J. 
Chaplains 

REV. CYRIL RUHLMANN, S. J. 

Librarian 

Instructor in Typewriting 

I REV. ALEXIS DE STOCKALPER, S. J. 
Professor of Moral Philosophy in the Classical Course, and 
of the Evidences of Religion 

l* REV* JOSEPH B. FRANCKHAUSER, S. J. 
Professor of Mechanics, Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy 
and Higher Mathematics 

REV. PETER J. PHILIPPE, S. J. 

Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy in the English 

Course and Prefect 



yUEV. KEVIN A. NOWLAN, S. J. 
Professor of Mathematics 

v/MR. JOSEPH C. KEARNS, S. J. 
Professor of Literature in the English Course and Prefect 

v MR. FLORENCE D. SULLIVAN, S. J. 
Professor of Mathematics and Prefect 

\/ REV. AMADEUS GUYOL, S. J. 
Professor of Latin, Greek and English of the Rhetoric Class 

V REV. EMMANUEL C. DE LA MORINIERE, S. J. 
Professor of Latin, Greek and English of the Poetry Class 
and Instructor in French 

l/REV. EDWARD I. FAZAKERLEY, S. J. 
Teacher of First Academic 

MREV. AMA&SS SNEBELEN, S. J. 
Teacher of Second Academic and Instructor in German 

^ MR. ROBERT M. BROOKS, S. J. 
Teacher of Third Academic A 

. MR. CHARLES A. KING, S. J. 
Teacher of Third Academic B and Instructor in Stenography 

* REV. JOSEPH O'REILLY, S. J. 
Professor of Intermediate and Instructor in Bookkeeping 

U REV. ALEXIS C. MCLAUGHLIN, S. J. 
Teacher of First English 

^REV. JAMES J. O'BRIEN, S. J. 

Teacher of Second English 

MR. TIMOTHY A. CRONIN, S. J. 
Teacher of Third English 



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.REV. OSCAR WOCET, S. J. 
Teacher of Preparatory and Instructor in French 

v/REV. PAUL FAGET, S. J. 
Teacher of Preparatory and Instructor in Spanish 

v MR. JAMES J. WALLACE, S. J. 
Instructor in Latin and Greek and Prefect 

^1R. JOHN J. HAVERKAMP, S. J. 
MR. WILLIAM OBERING, S. J. 
Assistant Instructors and Prefects 

REV. EMILE BAEHR, S. J. 

REV. HENRY R. FLEUREN, S. J. 

REV. PATRICK REDMOND, S. J. 

Assistant Instructors 

^AUGUST J. STAUB, Mus. D. 
v ANGELO J. SUEEICH, Mus. B. 
Professors of Music 

VPAUL C. BOUDOUSQUIE, A. M., B. F. A. 

Professor of Drawing and Calligraphy 

WILLIAM M. MASTIN, M. D., LL. D. 
Attending Physician 

^FRANK E. MILLER 
Physical Director 

v EMIL G. MAXON 
Athletic Director 



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PROSPECTUS 



HISTORICAL STATEMENT 

S>PRING HILL COLLEGE enjoys the distinction of be- 
^r ing one of the first institutions of higher education 
established in the South. It was founded in the year 1830 
by the Right Reverend Michael Portier, D. D., the first 
Bishop of Mobile. Six years later the Legislature of Ala- 
bama incorporated it as a college with all the rights and 
privileges of a university, and on the 29th of August, 1840, 
the Sovereign Pontiff, Gregory XVI, empowered it to grant 
degrees in philosophy and theology. The management of 
the College was entrusted in 1847 to the Society of Jesus, 
whose members have ever since labored to make it a leading 
centre of learning in the country. On the night of February 
4th, 1869, it was burned to the ground ; but was immediate- 
ly rebuilt, and reopened the following December. The year 
1905 witnessed the celebration of the Diamond Jubilee, or 
the seventy-fifth anniversary of the foundation of the Col- 
lege. Since its inception it has sent forth hundreds of stu- 
dents who have achieved prominence in business and pro- 
fessional circles. 

SITE AND GROUNDS 

The College is picturesquely situated five miles from 
Mobile, on an elevation one hundred and fifty feet above sea 
level. From the Bay of Mobile and the Gulf of Mexico, it 
enjoys a constantly refreshing breeze, which renders its lo- 
cation both agreeable and healthy. 

Moreover, long experience has proved that owing to its 
altitude and to the invigorating influence of its resinous 
pines upon the surrounding atmosphere, the College is en- 



8 



tirely exempt from those diseases which prevail at certain 
seasons in the South. In fact, very eminent physicians, well 
acquainted with our American colleges, have declared 
Spring Hill pre-eminently desirable for students on account 
of its climatic advantages and perfect hygienic arrange- 
ments. 

The extensive grounds are artistically laid out and 
adorned with numerous walks and an almost endless variety 
of flowers, shrubs and trees. A deer park, delightful sum- 
mer houses and graceful statues of Carrara marble lend an 
added charm to the landscape. 

The College is easy of access from the city of Mobile 
by electric cars, which run direct from the post office to the 
Hill. 

GENERAL EQUIPMENT 

The College buildings are fitted up with first-class san- 
itary appointments and are heated by steam and lighted by 
electricity. 

Outside of study and recitation hours, the students 
enjoy the use of a library containing thousands of volumes 
of the choicest English literature. 

A spacious gymnasium, complete in every detail of 
modern equipment, a large campus for baseball and foot- 
ball and an oval shell-bed mile track, leave nothing to be 
desired by the lovers of athletic sports. A never failing 
spring at the foot of the hill furnishes an abundant and last- 
ing supply of water to a beautiful lake, where the students 
may, during the warm seasons, safely enjoy the beneficial 
exercise of swimming. 

During the winter months, a recently erected natatori- 
um, elegantly finished within in marble and ornamental 
tiles, with its porcelain-lined pool, 60 x 30 x 4 to 7 feet, af- 
fords unequalled bathing facilities. The pool is supplied 
with both hot and cold water. There are also shower and 
needle baths. 



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For students who should in any way become indisposed, 
there is a building set apart with neatly furnished rooms 
and a well stocked apothecary in charge of a competent in- 
firmarian. He in turn is under the direct supervision of 
one of Mobile's ablest physicians, who visits the College at 
regular intervals. 

METHOD OF DIRECTION 

The directors of the College are members of the Society 
of Jesus, which, from its origin, has devoted itself to the 
education of youth. They endeavor to show themselves de- 
serving of the confidence reposed in them by evincing on 
all occasions a paternal solicitude for the health and com- 
fort of those entrusted to their charge, by sparing no pains 
to promote their advancement, and by keeping a careful and 
active watch over their conduct. The exercise of their au- 
thority is mild, but not remiss, in enforcing that strict dis- 
cipline and good order so essential to the proper education of 
both mind and heart. By this two-fold education they exert 
all their energies not only to adorn the minds of their pupils 
with useful knowledge, but also to instil into their hearts 
solid virtue and a practical love of the duties which they 
will have to discharge in after life. 

RELIGIOUS TRAINING 

As without religion and morality this complete and 
harmonious development is impossible, special attention is 
paid to religious instruction. Christian Doctrine is one of 
the prescribed studies, and besides, lectures on it are given 
once a week. The Catholic students are required to attend 
regularly to their religious duties. Sodalities and other as- 
sociations are also provided for the fostering of piety among 
them . 

The College is under Catholic direction. However, 
non-Catholic students are also admitted, provided that, for 
the sake of order and uniformity, they consent to be present 
at the public exercises of worship. 



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SYSTEM OF EDUCATION 

The system carried out at Spring Hill is one which has 
stood the test of centuries and has made the Jesuits re- 
nowned in the history of education. It is a system which 
meets not only the wants but also the progress of society. 
Hence while it adopts no novel or untried methods, yet, 
without change in its essential principles, it modifies and 
adapts itself to the advances which it has been so potent 
in bringing about. . 

COURSES OF STUDY 

The plan of studies is established on a large scale and 
includes three courses, namely, the Preparatory, the Eng- 
lish and the Classical. 

I. The Preparatory Course embraces Spelling, Pen- 
manship, the elements of English Grammar, History, Geog- 
raphy, Arithmetic and Christian Doctrine. It fits younger 
students for a class in either the English or the Classical 
Course. 

II. The English Course lasts five years. Its schedule 
of studies includes the common school branches, the Evi- 
dences of Religion, practical Bookkeeping, Literature, Math- 
ematics, the Sciences and Philosophy, and is arranged to 
give a complete and systematic education. 

At the end of the fifth year the degree of Bachelor of 
Science is conferred upon candidates who have passed suc- 
cessful examinations in each one of the particular studies 
prescribed for this course. 

III. The Classical Course lasts six years and is more 
thorough and comprehensive in its scope. It educates in 
the truest sense of the word and makes in the highest de- 
gree for mental culture, scholarship and the formation of 
character. This course in its early stages likewise embraces 
the common school branches together with a graded system 
of practical Bookkeeping. Moreover, the Latin and Greek 



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classics are taught at length, not alone for the intellectual 
training and culture they impart, but also for the valua- 
ble aid they lend toward the mastery of English. Side by 
side with these three languages and their rich and varied 
literatures are studied the Evidences of Religion, the lower 
and higher Mathematics, the Natural Sciences and Mental 
and Moral Philosophy, thus rounding off a finished and ad- 
vanced college curriculum. 

At the end of this course, the degree of Bachelor of 
Arts is conferred upon such as are, upon examination, found 
deserving of the honor. A second year of Philosophy at 
the College (the Post-Graduate year) attended with suc- 
cess, or a recognized standing in a learned profession, will 
entitle applicants to the degree of Master of Arts. 

The aim of these courses is not fully to equip students 
for either a business or a professional career. It is to de- 
velop their faculties, to train both intellect and will. It is 
to form habits of close application, strict attention and con- 
stant industry — habits which ought to be the basis of every 
career in life. 

EXTRA COURSES 

Courses in Architectural, Mechanical and Ornamental 
Drawing, Vocal and Instrumental Music, Stenography and 
Typewriting are given at charges specified further on. 

The French, Spanish and German languages are op- 
tional and are taught without extra charge. 

ADMISSION 

The age of admission is, in general, from ten to fifteen 
years. It is required that applicants for admission be able 
to read and write and have some knowledge of Grammar 
and Arithmetic. 

Any one coming from another school or college must 
exhibit satisfactory testimonials from the directors of the 
same, and submit to an examination, the result of which will 
determine in what class he is to be enrolled. 



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EXAMINATIONS AND PROMOTIONS 

The school year, which begins in September and ends in 
June, is divided into two terms : the first term begins in Sep- 
tember, the second in February. 

Examinations are held semi-annually, in February and 
in June. 

Although the English and Classical courses are in- 
tended to last, respectively, five and six years, still the 
period may be protracted, as no student is allowed to pass 
into a higher class unless he has undergone a successful 
examination in June. No promotion takes place in conse- 
quence of the examination in February, except in the case 
of uncommon talent and diligence. 



REPORTS 

Towards the end of each term reports are sent to par- 
ents or guardians. These reports state each student's con- 
dition of health, conduct, monthly standing in class and the 
result of his semi-annual examination. They also indicate 
his general diligence and his progress in study. 

Moreover, every month marks of merit and demerit 
are publicly proclaimed and cards distributed for excellence 
in conduct, diligence and success in study. Parents 
should insist that these testimonials, which are likewise re- 
ports for each month, be sent home regularly, and that a 
satisfactory reason be given by their sons should they fail 
to do so. 

REASONS FOR DISMISSAL 

The students are expected to be guided at all times by 
principles of Christian morality and gentlemanly honor. 
Grave offences against these principles cannot be tolerated ; 
hence, impiety, immorality of any kind, intemperance, seri- 
ous insubordination or incorrigible laziness is visited by 
summary dismissal from the College. 



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SPECIAL REGULATIONS 

Leave of absence will not be granted to the students ex- 
cept for reasons deemed imperative by the President of the 
College. 

The correspondence of the students is subject to the 
inspection and approbation of the Vice-President. 

All books, magazines and periodicals must be submitted 
to the inspection and approbation of the Vice-President be- 
fore they will be allowed circulation in the College; and 
parents are requested to consult him before subscribing for 
newspapers or current literature for their sons at College. 

Boxes containing provisions are not allowed to be sent 
to the students except during the Christmas holidays. 

There is a vacation at Christmas, but none at Easter. 

July and August are the summer vacation months. 

A STUDENT'S WARDROBE 

The necessary outfit for each student should comprise 
at least : 

3 suits of clothes 3 night shirts 6 towels 

1 overcoat 12 collars 4 bath towels 

2 pairs of shoes 6 pairs of drawers 6 napkins 
2 hats or caps 12 pairs of socks Brushes 
6 shirts 12 handkerchiefs Combs 

6 undershirts 6 neckties Other toilet articles 

All articles of clothing must be marked with the stu- 
dent's name in full; the other articles must be marked at 
least with his initials. 

VISITING REGULATIONS 
In regard to visits, the following regulations are earn- 
estly recommended to the attention of parents, as they in- 
timately concern the advancement of the students and the 
good order of the College : 

1. — The days for visiting students by parents who live 



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in Mobile or vicinity are Sundays and Thursdays ; the hours, 
from 1 to 5 P. M. in winter, and from 3 to 6 P. M. in sum- 
mer. 

2. — Students from Mobile, who have obtained satisfac- 
tory marks for conduct and diligence, are allowed to visit 
the city on the first Thursday of each month. If, however, 
for any reason, students go to Mobile during the month, this 
privilege may not be granted. The other students, whose 
parents live at a greater distance, are not allowed to go to 
the city, except when visited on holidays by their parents or 
guardians and accompanied by them. 

3. — All visitors, even parents, should avoid, as much as 
possible, withdrawing the students from class or study. 

GENERAL CHARGES 

Payable in advance — for the first term in September; 
for the second term in February. 

Entrance Fee, first year only $ 10 00 

Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and Bedding, per school year.. 300 00 
Medical Fee, per school year, (not including special medicine). 10 00 
Use of scientific apparatus and chemicals by the members of 

the Philosophy and the Intermediate classes 10 00 

Graduation Fee 10 00 



SPECIAL CHARGES 
Also payable in advance. 

Drawing, per month $ 5 00 

Piano, per month 8 00 

Use of Piano, per month 1 00 

Violin or Flute, per month 8 00 

Vocal Music, per month 4 00 

Brass Instrument, per month 8 00 

Stenography, per month 3 00 

Typewriting, per month 3 00 

Vacation at College for students distant from home (payable in 

full on or before July 1st) 100 00 



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IMPORTANT REMARKS 

1. — NO ADVANCE WILL BE MADE BEYOND THE DEPOSIT. 

Hence, should parents desire the College to pay for music, 
books, clothing, traveling, dentistry, pocket money, extra 
medicines, etc., they must deposit a certain sum of money 
with the Treasurer and renew it when exhausted. 

Absolutely no e3^ception will be made to this rule. 

2. — No pocket money will be given to any student un- 
less a deposit has been made with the Treasurer for this 
purpose, and the quantity to be allowed specified — for in- 
stance, 25 or 50 cents per week. 

3. — No deduction is made for any absence less than a 
month, and when made it is only for board and tuition. 

4. — Books and stationery are furnished by the College 
at the expense of the parents. 

5. — When students are to go home, all accounts must 
have been previously settled, and the traveling expenses 
forwarded to the Treasurer, if the balance on deposit should 
be insufficient. 

6. — All damage to College property will be repaired at 
the expense of the offender. 

7. — The College will not be responsible for books or 
articles of clothing and jewelry left behind by any student 
when leaving College, much less for the loss of such books, 
clothing, jewelry or money, while in the keeping of the 
owners during the year. 

8. — The post office address of the College is : Spring 
Hill College, Spring Hill, Mobile County, Ala. In this man- 
ner should be directed ordinary letters,y^st office money 
orders, and all packages and other articles sent by mail. 

For further information, apply to the President — » 
REV. F. X. TWELLMEYER, S. J. 



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GENERAL ORDER OF CLASS DAYS 



SUMMER ORDER 



5:30 A. M Rising 

5 :50 A. M Prayer, Mass, Study 

7:15 A. M Breakfast 

7:30 A. M Recess 

8:15 A. M Class 

9:30 A. M Recess 

9:37 A. M Class 

10:45 A. M Recess 

11 :00 A. M Study, Special Classes 

12:00 M Dinner 

12:30 P. M Recess 

1:30 P. M Study 

2:30 P. M Class 

3:30 P. M Recess 

3:37 P. M Class 

4 :30 P. M Lunch, Recess 

5:00 P. M Study 

6:30 P. M Recess 

7 :00 P. M Supper 

7 :15 P. M Prayers, Recess 

7:55 P. M Study 

8:45 P. M Retiring 

WINTER ORDER 

6 :00 A. M Rising 

5:15 P. M Study 

6:15 P. M Recess 

6:25 P. M Study 

7:15 P. M Supper 



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COURSES OF STUDIES 



THE POST-GRADUATE COURSE 



Leading to the Degrees of Master of Arts and 
Master of Science 



The object of this course is to furnish college graduates 
with an opportunity of reviewing their philosophy and of 
making a more thorough study of its fundamental questions 
and their practical bearing upon the issues of the day. It 
likewise offers them the additional advantage of perfecting 
themselves in higher Mathematics, English Literature, 
Political Economy and the Sciences in general. 

At the end of the school year, those who have already 
attained the degree of A. B. are eligible to that of A. M., 
and those who have attained the degree of B. S. to that of 
M. S. The conditions laid down for the securing of these 
degrees #re that the candidate present a creditable paper on 
a philosophical subject and undergo a satisfactory examina- 
tion in the studies of the year. 



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THE CLASSICAL COURSE 

Leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts 



PHILOSOPHY CLASS 

Evidences of Religion — Schouppe's Course of Religious 

Instruction. Lectures by the Professor. 
Logic and Metaphysics — Jouin's Praelectiones Philoso- 

phiae. Lectures by the Professor. 
Ethics — Jouin's Elementa Philosophiae Moralis. Lectures 

by the Professor. 
Mathematics — Dana's Mechanics. Geometrical Optics. 

Elements of Differential and Integral Calculus, with 

application to Mechanics and Physics. 
Astronomy — Howe's Astronomy. Lectures by the Profes- 
sor. 
Physics — Millikan & Gale's Course in Physics. Lectures 

by the Professor. 
Chemistry — Shepard's Chemistry. Lectures on Inorganic 

and Organic Chemistry. 

RHETORIC CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Schouppe's Course of Religious In- 
struction. Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Bradley's Arnold's Latin Prose Composition. 

Cicero's Pro Ligario, Pro Milone, Pro Marcello and Pro 
Lege Manilia. Virgil. Horace's Odes, Epodes, Satires 
and Epistles. Tacitus' Annals. 

Greek — Demosthenes' De Corona and Philippics. St. John 
Chrysostom's Eutropius. Sophocles' Oedipus Tyran- 
nus and Antigone. Aeschylus' Prometheus Bound. 

English — Coppens' Oratorical Composition. De Colonia. 
Analysis of the masterpieces of American and British 



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Orators. Analysis of the speeches in Milton's Paradise 

Lost. Shakespeare. Frequent practice in composition. 
Mathematics — Plane and Spherical Trigonometry and 

Applications. Analytic Geometry. 
History — Modern History, from the Crusades to the present 

epoch. Greek and Roman History. 
Elocution — Twice a week. 

POETRY CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part 
III. Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Prosody. Bradley's Arnold's 
Latin Prose Composition. 

Cicero's In Verrem and Pro Archia Poeta. Livy. Vir- 
gil's Aeneid, Books I and II ; Book V, Description of the 
Public Games ; Book IX, Nisus and Euryalus. Horace's 
Odes and Ars Poetica. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Dialects, Prosody. 

Homer's Iliad. Euripides' Iphigenia in Aulis and 
Hecuba. 

English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Rhet- 
oric. De Colonia. Brooke's English Literature. 
Shakespeare's Julius Caesar and Macbeth. Choice speci- 
mens of Lyric, Elegiac and Didactic Poetry. Frequent 
practice in prose and verse. 

Mathematics — Algebra reviewed. Plane and Solid Ge- 
ometry. 

History — Modern History, from Augustus to the Crusades. 
Greek and Roman History. 

Bookkeeping — Bryant and Stratton's Double Entry. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

FIRST ACADEMIC CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part II. 

Practical Instructions. 
Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Syntax repeated with all the 



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notes, etc. Bradley's Arnold's Latin Prose Compo- 
sition. 

Cicero's Catilinian Orations. Sallust's Catilina and 
Jugurtha. Virgil's Eclogues I, IV, V, IX, and Gedrgics. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Syntax, Accents. 
Plutarch's Lives. Xenophon's Anabasis. 

English — Steps in English completed. Coppens' Practical 
Introduction to English Rhetoric. Donnelly's Imitation 
and Analysis with Irving's Sketch Book. 
Macaulay's Essays on Addison, Milton and Johnson. De 
Quincey's Flight of a Tartar Tribe and Joan of Arc. 
Scott's Lady of the Lake. Addison's Sir Roger de Cov- 
erly. Newman's Dream of Gerontius and Callista. 

Mathematics — Arithmetic Reviewed. Wentworth's Alge- 
bra — ratios, variations, limits, series, use of logarithms. 
Higher Algebra. 

History — Fredet's Ancient History. 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Higher Geography — 
Asia, Africa, Oceanica. 

Bookkeeping — Bryant and Stratton's Single Entry. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 

SECOND ACADEMIC CLASS 
Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part I. 

Practical Instructions. 
Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology repeated with all 

the notes, etc.; Syntax without the notes. Collar and 

Daniell's Latin Exercises. 

Nepos. Caesar's De Bello Callico. Cicero's Letters. 

Phaedrus. Ovid. 
Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Contract Nouns, Adjectives, 

Verbs, Prepositions, Conjunctions; easier rules of 

Syntax. 

Cebes' Tablet. Lucian's Dialogues. 
English — Steps in English, Book II. Hazen's Spelling 

Book. 






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Irving's Sketch Book. Goldsmith's Traveler and Desert- 
ed Village. Gray's Elegy. Bryant's Thanatopsis and 
easier Poems. Scott's Talisman. Hawthorne's Tangle- 
wood Tales. 

Arithmetic — From percentage to the end. 

Algebra — Wentworth's Algebra — From the beginning to 
equations of the second degree. 

History — Lawler's Essentials of American History. 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Higher Geography — 
Central America, South America, Europe. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 

THIRD ACADEMIC CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Balti- 
more. Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology without the notes; 
easier rules of Syntax. Collar and Daniell's Latin Ex- 
ercises. 

Epitome Historiae Sacrae. Viri Romae. Nepos. Bre- 
varium Eutropii. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Nouns, Adjectives, Regular 
Verbs. 
Hierocles' Witticisms. Aesop's Fables. 

English — Steps in English, Book II. Hazen's Spelling 
Book. 

Lamb's Tales from Shakespeare. Longfellow's Hia- 
watha and The Children's Hour and other Poems. 
Dickens' Christmas Carols. Cooper's Last of the Mo- 
hicans. 

Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic — decimals, multi- 
ples and measures, common fractions, compound 
quantities. 

History — Lawler's Primary History of the United States. 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Higher Geography — 
North America. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

Penmanship — Daily Practice. 



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THE ENGLISH COURSE 

Leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Science 



SUPERIOR CLASS 

Evidences of Religion — Schouppe's Course of Religion. 
Instruction. Lectures by the Professor. 

Logic and Metaphysics — Coppens' Logic and Mental Philo- 
sophy. Lectures by the Professor. 

Ethics — Coppens' Moral Philosophy. Lectures by the Pro- 
fessor. 

English — Coppens' Oratorical Composition — Book IV to 
the end. Analysis of the masterpieces of American and 
British Orators. Analysis of the sppeches in Milton's 
Paradise Lost. 

Mathematics — Dana's Mechanics. Spherical Trigonome- 
try and Applications. Analytic Geometry, Plane and 
Solid. Calculus. 

Astronomy — Howe's Astronomy. Lectures by the Pro- 
fessor. 

Physics — Millikan & Gale's Course in Physics. Lectures 
by the Professor. 

INTERMEDIATE CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part 
III. Practical Instructions. 

English — Coppens' Oratorical Composition — Books I to IV. 
Literary and critical study of English literature. 
Choice selections from English classics. Frequent prac- 
tice in composition, both prose and verse. 

Mathematics — Higher Algebra. Solid Geometry. Plane 
Trigonometry, including navigation and theory of sur- 
veying. 

Physics and Chemistry — Lectures by the Professor. 

History — Fredet's Modern History. 



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FIRST ENGLISH CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part II. 
Practical Instructions. 

English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Rhet- 
oric. Brooke's Lessons in English Literature. Don- 
nelly's Imitation and Analysis with Irving's Sketch 
Book. 

Choice specimens of Lyric, Elegiac and uidactic 
Poetry. Shakespeare's Julius Caesar and Macbeth. 
Macaulay's Essays. Tennyson's Coming of Arthur and 
other Poems. 

Mathematics — Wentworth's Algebra — ratios, variations, 
limits, series, use of logarithms. Plane Geometry. 
One hour per week for review of Algebra and Arith- 
metic. 

History — Fredet's Ancient History. 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Higher Geography — 
Asia, Africa, Oceanica. 

Bookkeeping — Baker's Twentieth Century System. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 



SECOND ENGLISH CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part I. 
Practical Instructions. 

English — Steps in English completed. Hazen's Spelling 
Book. 

Irving's Sketch Book. Goldsmith's Traveler and De- 
serted Village. Newman's Dream of Gerontius and 
Callista. Byron's Prisoner of Chillon. Scott's Ivanhoe. 

Mathematics — Wentworth's Arithmetic — From percentage 
to the end. Wentworth's Algebra — From the beginning 
to equations of the second degree. 

History — Lawler's Essentials of American History. 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Higher Geography — 
Central America, South America, Europe. 



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Bookkeeping — Baker's Twentieth Century System. 
Elocution — Twice a week. 
Penmanship — Daily practice. 

THIRD ENGLISH CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Balti- 
more. Practical Instructions. 

English — Steps in English, Book II. Hazen's Spelling 
Book. 

Lamb's Tales from Shakespeare. Hawthorne's Tangle- 
wood Tales. Longfellow's Hiawatha and The Children's 
Hour and other Poems. Cooper's Last of the Mohicans. 

Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic — decimals, multi- 
ples and measures, common fractions, compound quan- 
tities. 

History — Lawler's Primary History of the United States. 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Higher Geography — 
North America. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

Penmanship— Daily practice. 



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THE PREPARATORY COURSE 



Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Balti- 
more. Practical Instructions. 

English — Steps in English, Book I. Hazen's Spelling Book. 
Aesop's Fables. Memory Gems. Robinson Crusoe. 
Kingsley's Greek Heroes. Kipling's Jungle Book. 

Arith metic — Wentworth's Arithmetic. 

History — Gilmour's Bible History. 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Elementary Geography. 

Elocution — Reading daily and declamation twice a week. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 




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THESES 
Propugnandae ad Gradum A. B 

IN 
Collegio S. Josephi, Spring Hill 

DIE 16a JUNII, 1907 



EX LOGICA 



1. Veritas logica simplici apprehensioni quidem inest; per- 
fecte tamen soli judicio. 

2. Falsitas soli judicio inest. 

3. Scepticismus universalis practice impossibilis et theo- 
retice absurdus est; dubitatio autem methodica, quae 
nihil affirmandum putat nisi demonstratum, est etiam 
absurda. 

4. Infallibiles sunt turn conscientia circa facta interna 
praesentia, turn sensus externi circa sensibilia propria. 

5. Idealismus est rejiciendus. 

6. Testimonio auctoriatis humanae multas veritates turn 
co-evas turn praeteritas certo cognoscimus. 

7. Universalia non sunt mera nomina, nee meri conceptus, 
nee realiter subsistunt; sed fundamentaliter existunt in 
natura singulari, formaliter vero in intellectu. 

8. Criterium ultimum et universale certitudinis est ipsa 
evidentia objectiva. 



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EX ONTOLOGIA 

1. Notio entis ut sic non est notio entis infiniti, nee est 
nomen univocum, sed analogum analogia attributionis 
intrinseca. 

2. Possibilitas intrinseca entis nee ab existentia rerum nee 
a potentia et libera Dei voluntate pendet, sed ab essen- 
tia divina et intellectu divino. 

3. Omne ens est unum, verum et bonum : malum formaliter 
consistit in privatione. 

4. Notio substantiae et causae est realis. 



EX COSMOLOGIA 

1. Mundus non est ens a se, nee ex materia improducta; sed 

2. Creatus est a Deo ad manifestandam gloriam sui ex- 
trinsecam. 

3. Agentia creata verae sunt causae, et non merae occa- 
siones, uti Occasionalistae volunt. 



EX PSYCHOLOGIA 

1. In unoquoque vivente unum est principium vitale, dis- 
tinctum a materia et a viribus physicis et chimicis; et 
est ejus forma substantialis. 

2. Anima humana simplex est et spiritualis. 

3. Unum est principium vitae in homine, quod ita corpori 
unitur ut una resultet natura unaque persona. 

4. Anima humana in quovis homine immediate a Deo per 
creationem producitur; est immortalis et in perpetuum 
duratura. 

5. Voluntas humana vera gaudet libertate arbitrii. 



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EX THEOLOGIA NATURALI 

1. Existentia Dei argumentis metaphysicis, physicis et 
moralibus eVidenter probatur. 

2. Deus est ens a se, infinite perfectus, unicus, aeternus et 
imm ortali s* 

3. Deus omnia cognoscit et sua providentia gubernat. 

4. Pantheismus est absurdus. 



EX ETHICA 

1. Finis simpliciter ultimus homini intra naturae ordinem 
praestitutus est perfecta ejus beautitudo, cujus objec- 
tum necessarium et sufficiens est solus Deus. 

2. Intrinsecum datur discrimen inter bonum et malum 
morale. 

3. Ratio proxima moralitatis est natura rationalis qua 
talis ; ultima vero ratio est essentia divina. 

4. Existit lex naturalis, qua homo tenetur Deum colere turn 
cultu interno turn externo et acceptare revelationem 
factam. De hac autem constare potest per miracula, 
quae possibilia et cognoscibilia sunt. 

5. Homo mereri potest apud Deum saltern de congruo. 

6. Propriam vitam tueri, etiam cum injusti aggressoris 
nece, sub moderamine inculpatae tutelae licitum est. 
Suicidium et duellum honoris causa susceptum legi 
naturali repugnat. 

7. Lege naturali homo jure gaudet acquirendi proprietatem 
etiam stabilem, accedente occupatione effectiva. 

8. Socialismus et communismus rejiciendi sunt. 

9. Homo natura sua socialis est. 

10. Societas conjugalis, quae est societas naturalis, ita na- 



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tura sua stabilis est ut divortium perfectum excludat; 
et in essentialibus est a societate civili independens. 

11. Suprema potestas civilis immediate est a Deo et est 
legislativa, executiva et judiciaria; necnon jus habet 
infligendi poenam capitis pro criminibus atrocioribus, 
et jus bellum gerendi. 

12. Jus educandi prolem per se ad parentes pertinet; un- 
de monopolium scholarum et educatio compulsatoria 
sunt rejicienda. 



CANDIDATI 

S A. Bonvillain D. J. Ory 

N. L. Keith Ovalle R. K. Rounds 

J. H. Norville H. A. Touart 

J. A. O'Leary N. L. Vickers 




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LIST OF STUDENTS 

1906-1907 

4BADIE, LAURENCE P. . . P. k . * New Orleans, La* 

vf DAMS, C. HENRY \&* New Orleans, Lar 

VADOUE, CLIFFORD A. . /. Houma, Lar 

v vALVAREZ, BERNARDINO F Mobile, Alar^ 

\ ALVAREZ, JOSEPH T Mobile, Alar 

v ALVEY, GEORGE F. Beaumont, Texr~ 

V I^LVEY, RICHARD H. . % Beaumont, Tex. 

ANDREPONT, LAURENCE Opelousas, La. 

\ AUSTIN, D. LAWRENCE Tampa, Fla. 

BALBONTIN, ROMEO Mr. Tampa, Fla. 

BALL, A. CARON New Orleans, La. 

BARKER, FRANCIS L. >. .New Orleans, La. 

v? BARKER, WILLIAM E. . .\ . Igaquemine, La. 

^BARTLETT, LLOYD L pU^ToMiif^Xa. 

\ BjASSICH, J. CYRIL New Orleans, La, 

BAT0HELDER, GEORGE J. . .1 New Orleans, La. 

•' BAUER, JOHN T Mobile, Ala. 

A/fiEALL, PHILIP D Pensacola, Fla. 

'VBEARY, ANDREW T ; Thibodaux, La. 

\vBERMUDEZ, OCTAVE Chihuahua, Mex. 

BERTHELOT, JOSEPH A Hohen Solms, La. 

V BIRD, ALBERT C. Montgomery, Ala. 

BLACK, CLARENCE L New Orleans, Lar 

BLOCH, ARNOLD Mobile, Alar 

-BLOUIN, LEON J .Lafourche Crossing, La. 

' BODIN, JOHN R Franklin, La. 

v BONVILLAIN, CHARLES N Glencoe, Lar- 

v ~VBONVILLAIN, SIDNEY A Glencoe, La. 

BORDELON, CLIFFORD J. Long Bridge, Lar 

^WBORDELON, LESTER L Long Bridge, La. 

BORDELON, MARTIN Opelousas, La- 

BOURGEOIS, SIDNEY J. Jeanerette, Lar 



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BRADY, CHARLES P: Montgomery, Alar" 

^VBRAUD, SIDNEY F Thibodaux, La. 

/ VBftEARD, ROBERT M Monroe, La. 

* BRICE, C. LEON Singer, La. 

/^BROOKS, RAPHAEL M New Orleans, La. 

j^'BROWN, BURGUIERES E Crawford, La. 

yp^BROWN, FRANCIS J • Crawford, La. 

/C BROWN, JOHN J. ..:< New Orleans, La. 

* BUDD, MURPHY FOSTER . Opelousas, La. 

BUDD, ROBERT E Opelousas, La. 

BULLOCK, JOHN M.V Eufaula, Ala. 

tf^BURGUIERES, HENRY I. . ) New Orleans, La. 

V\_#URGUIERES, PATOUT C. New Orleans, La. 

BURNETT, CHARLES G.y Hatcher's Station, Ga. 

V^BURNS, THOMAS J Mobile, Ala. 

*^>BURVANT, GEORGE J. . . New Orleans, La. 

V^BYRNE, WALTER CAMERON . , New Orleans, La. 

V CABALLERO DE LOS OLIVOS, JULIUS ;.Tehuacan, Mex.-" 

^ CAMARA, RAMIRO Merida, Mex. ' 

. CANNON, JOHN Greenville, Miss. 

t/^CARBERY, JOHN E. St. Louis, Mo. 

\/>€ASANOVA, PETER t Havana, Cuba 

* CASSIDY, WILLIAM J Macon, Ga. 

j£-€ENTENO. PIO .\ .Havana, Cuba 

xA-^HALIN, FREDERICK P. . V. New Orleans, La. 

•UCHAPPUIS, CLAUDE L. . . . , Crowley, La.- 

y CHAPPUIS, GUY J Crowley, La. 

^r CHRIST, WILLIAM B Havana, Cuba 

V CLARK, ERNEST A Cienfuegos, Cuba 

< CONCANNON, JASPER J Montegut, La. 

\/ COX, JAMES E Mobile, Ala. 

V CURRY, GEORGE T Mobile, Ala. 

VTD'ALBOR, FELIX J Patoutville, Ala. 

DALY, JOSEPH K Macon, Ga. 

^-DANIEL, L. WELDER New Orleans, La. 

^ANOS, ALBERT J. Plaquemine, La. 

VDANT, JOHN P Louisville, Ky. 



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/ DEEGAN, JOHN E Mobile, Ala.^ 

DE GRAVELLE, MARTIN J. Jeanerette, La.^ 

V DEMPSEY, HAROLD M Mobile, Ala.*"* 

"DENIS, ST., AUGUSTUS C./. Tampa, Fla.-** 

DES-PREZ, WILLIAM Florence, Ala."^ 

DIAZ, M. HUMBERT v Tampa, Fla< 

DOSSMANN, ANDREW . t Opelousas, La/ 

DOUGLAS, HOFFMAN A. ., New Orleans, La/"" 

DRAGO, ROBERT LEE Mobile, Ala> 

■■n/DUBUISSON, GEORGE W. Opelousas, La**/ 

^COUCOTE, GUY G Cottonport, Lar 

\DUCOTE, RICHARD J. ... .Cottonport, La. 

DUCOTE, WARREN P Cottonport, La./ 

V^UGAN, WILLIAM F. Winston-Salem, N. Or 

v.- DUGGAN, JAMES E Mobile, Ala. ' 

>DUPAS, JAMES J. . . Sao Paulo, Brazil 

V..-EICHOLD, HUGO V Mobile, Ala. 

s i ESCALANTE, ERMILO Ei Merida, MexS 

FAGET, LUKE A. . .' New Orleans, La.<^ 

FE AHNE Y, LE ROY . . y New Orleans, \*< 

FERNANDEZ, MICHAEL/ Havana, Cuba/ 

FINCH, GREGORY B Mobile, Ala. 

FOSSIER, D'HAMECOURT New Orleans, La/ 

FREDERIC, CARLOS E. V Scranton, Miss. 

FREDERIC, EMILE W. f Scranton, Miss. 

FREDERIC, HERMES A. Scranton, Miss. 

i FROHLICHSTEIN, HENRY J Mobile, Ala/ 

GALLAGHER, C. STAPLETON Montgomery, Ala. 

GALLIAND, MAURICE R New Iberia, La. 

GARBER, JAMES R.v. Demopolis, Ala. 

GARLAND, ALBERT P Opelousas, La. 

/ GARLAND, HENRY W. Opelousas, La. 

GIARD, LEO A Danbury, Conn. 

GLYNN, ALFRED Tru/illo, Sp. Honduras 

GOMEZ, MANUEL i Merida, Mex. 

GRACE, THOMAS C /. . .Plaquemine, La. 

GUERRA, LOUIS V / Tampa, Fla. 



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'^HAHN, ALBERT J Mobile, Ala/ 

C-#ftMILTON, J. PERCY C , . . Mobile, Ala/ 

■ HARRIGAN, RAYMOND H. .,. Fulton, Ala/ 

HEBERT, C. S. DUCOTE . . /. New Orleans, La/ 

/^HOLLAND, CHARLES J. /.' New Orleans, La/, 

• HORLOCK, RALPH L Mobile, Ala/ 

IRVING, GEORGE S Pluto. Miss.^ 

" JAHAM, DE, GEORGE New Orleans, La/ 

JONES, HUGH T New Orleans, La/ 

JUMONVILLE, LEONCE J. . ? Crowley, La/ 

"KAPLAN, IRVING B Crowley, La/ 

I/40EARNS, JOSEPH W Lebanon, Ky/ 

/H^EITH, NESTOR L. OVALLE San Jose, Costa Rica^' 

12>KELLY, SAMUEL L Miami, Fia. ' 

I KELLY, THOMAS J Mobile, Ala/ 

^VK-ELLY, W. HENRY Montgomery, Ala/ 

■pKEVLIN, C. WALLACE Orange Walk, Br. Honduras 

- KEVLIN, EDWARD J/ Orange Walk, Br. Honduras 

K-^EVLIN, HENRY R. <. Orange Walk, Br. Honduras ' 

KING, W. HOMER Mobile, Ala. 

KKLOSKY, SIMON Mobile, Ala/ 

L-JLABORDE, CLIFFE E. Marksville, La/"' 

V LABORDE, H. BARCLAY Marksville La/ 

*- LANDRY, PAUL T New Iberia, La/ 

/wLARREA.. ALBERT L. Havana, Cuba^ 

OL-LARREA, RAMON 0. 1/ Havana, Cuba'' 

Vt LASSEIGNE, GEORGE A Laplac*. La/ 

^LAUE, EMILE F New Orleans, La:'^ 

FLAVIADA, ANTHONY Merida, Mex' 

LAVRETTA, J. LAWRENCE Mobile, Ala/ 

..LAWLER, WILLIAM A New Orleans. La/ 

LAWLESS, T. CLARENCE Garden City, La.- 

I LE BARON, GILBERT A Mobile, Ala/ 

/ LEBEAU, EDWARD J Pensacola, Fla. 

f LECHE, KARL P Donaldsonville, La. 

( LEVERT, ROBERT L. . New Orleans. La/ 

^LOWENSTEIN, HENRY C Mobile Ala. ' 



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McAFEE, JOHN A Mobile, Ala./" 

McDONOUGH, THOMAS M Montgomery, Ala/ 

McHARDY, JAMES J. .... New Orleans, La,/ 

McHARDY, NORMAN A. New Orleans, La./ 

McMAHON, RICHARD D. . ./. New Iberia, La/ 

McMASTER, CAREY E McComb City, Miss./ 

McNAMARA, DANIEL B Mobile, Ala./ 

MEADOR, JOSEPH G Winchester, Miss/ 

/ MEDINA, MANUEL Merida, Mex/ 

MENDIOLEA, ALFRED Merida, Mex/' 

MENDIOLEA, MANUEL i Merida, Mtx. ' 

MERZ, FRANCIS New Orleans, I a/ 

MEYER, EDWIN L Thibodaux, La. 

MEYER, FRANCIS A Thibodaux, La. 

MONAHAN, JOHN J Mottle, Ala- 

MOORE, WILLIAM L Perdue Hill, Ala. 

/ MORALES, HERMAN L. New Orleans, La. 

MOREDA, JOHN Havana, Cuba 

MORENO, DELIO Merida, Mex. 

MORESI, LOUIS Ri. Jeanerette, La. 

MUNSON, HENRY A. ... I Napoleonville, La. 

MURRAY, JOSEPH Mobile, Ala. 

NEELY, DUGGAN A Mobile, Ala. 

NEELY, MAURICE L Mobile, Ala. 

NELSON, JOHN P Mobile, Ala. 

NELSON, LOUIS Mobile, Ala, 

v' NICROSI, WILLIAM K Montgomery, Ala. 

NORVILLE, JOSEPH H Mobile, Ala/ 

NUILA, CHARLES / San Pedro Sula, Sp. Honduras 

O'BRIEN, WILLIAM Colon, Panama 

O'CONNELL, H. ALVIN Mobile, Ala. 

O'CONNOR, THOMAS J Victoria, Tex. 

O'CONNOR, THOMAS M Augusta, Ga. 

O'FLINN, JOHN E. . y Selma, Ala. 

O'LEARY, JOSEPH A. Montgomery, Ala. 

OLIVIER, CHARLES A Frozard, La. 

OLIVIER, FRANCIS A Frozard, La. 



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v^O'ROURKE, FRANCIS J. Chicago, 111. 

ORY, DANIEL J Laplace, La. 

h PARDUE, SHERMAN P New Orleans, La. 

PARSLOW, FREDERICK D. : . Tampa, Fla. 

t-PARSLOW, JOSEPH G Tampa, Fla. 

s^PATOUT, OSWELL P Patoutville, La. 

k PATOUT, PHILIP P Baldwin, La. 

/ PATOUT, SEBASTIAN S Patoutville, La. 

. PINKUS, ALPHONSUS >-. Merida, Mex. 

PONCE, EDWARD s. Merida, Mex. 

RANSDELL, JOHN H Alexandria, La. 

REID, ROGER D. «< Vicksburg, Miss. 

REYNAUD, OSCAR J Lutcher, La. 

RICHARD, C. LEO < Mobile, Ala. 

RICHARDSON, H. EUGENE Coden, Ala. 

RIFFEL, FRANCIS A. New Orleans, La. 

, RIOS, BONA VENTURE^. , . .^ Merida, Mex. 

ROSADO, ALVARO )/. Merida, Mex. 

A ROUNDS, R. KENNETH < Blaine, Wash. 

ROYCROFT, W. CHARLES Mobile, Ala. 

A SCHATZMAN, CARLING J,- Macon, Ga. 

J SCHIMPF, CHARLES R. G Mobile, Ala. 

, SCHMITT, WILLIAM A Yazoo City, Miss. 

SCHNEIDER, MATTHEW P Pearl River, La. 

^ SHEPARD, G. DARWIN New Orleans, La. 

|> SHEPARD, ST. MARK New Orleans, La. 

/; SIMON, SIDNEY B Mobile, Ala. 

V^SONIAT, G. LEON . New Orleans, La. 

VSTAEHLE, JOHN J New Orleans, La. 

VSTETSON, JAMES D.X Macon, Ga. 

JUAREZ, PHILIP , -'. Merida, Mex. 

/"SUPPLE, JOSEPH M Bayou Goula, La. 

'-'THEARD, PAUL E New Orleans, La. 

vVTHOMPSON, CHARLES M Opelousas, La. 

PtefK)MEY, JOHN E Mobile, Ala. 

MTOUART, ANTHONY J Summerville, Ala. 

V- JOUART, CLARENCE N Summerville, Ala. 



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K/rv 



TOUART, HINTON AK Summerville, Ala. 

TRIOLET, ERNEST K^ Matanzas, Cuba 

TROLIO, JOHN Canton, Miss. 

{/ TURREGANO, PAUL J. Alexandria, La. 

YALDES, EDWARD F.*<\ . Matanzas, Cuba 

VALDES, LEOPOLD ¥x<. Matanzas, Cuba 

VALES, PHILIP #rT Merida, Mex. 

VELTIN, ARTHUR Opelousas, La. 

v/v VICKERS, NICHOLAS L Mobile, Ala. 

VIGUERIE, JOHN P Crawford, La. 

VILA, VINCENT J New Orleans, La. 

VILLA VERDE, ALBERT J. Cienfuegos, Cuba 

VIZARD, ANTHONY J New Orleans, La. 

VOORHIES, FRANCIS J. .New Iberia, La. 

VOORHIES, SIDNEY C. New Iberia, La. 

WAGNER, EDWARD C Mobile, Ala. 

MVAGNER, HUNTER F. Mobile, Ala. 

\/ WAGNER, JOSEPH T Mobile, Ala. 

V WALKER, MERRIOTT , Selma, Ala. 

WALKER, PERCY B Lake Charles, La. 

/ WALMSLEY, T. SEMMES New Orleans, La. 

WALSH, JOSEPH M .Mobile, Ala. 

WALSH, PATRICK WALTER Mobile, Ala. 

WALSH, WILLIAM M. Mobile, Ala. 

i WEEMS, DOUGLAS A Alexandria, La. 

WOGAN, JOHN B New Orleans, La. 



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CLASS ROLL, 1906-1907 





(dJ/L 


PHILOSOPHY 


/Bassich, J. Cyril ^D'Leary, Joseph A. 
vfeonvillain, Sidney A. \^Ory, Daniel J. 
v^teith, Nestor L. Ovalle bounds, R. Kenneth 

Lasseigne, George A. Soniat, G. Leon 
^Norville, Joseph A. -Touart, Hinton A. 
vVickers, Nicholas L. 


: M 


RHETORIC r 




xAustin, D. Lawrence vEscalante, Ermilo E. 
-Barker, Francis L. ^Levert, Robert L. 
i/Bordelon, Lester L. .McMaster, Carey E. 

Breard, Robert M. Olivier, Francis A. 
^feurguieres, Patout C. Supple, Joseph M. 
^urns, Thomas J. Vi?ard, Anthony J. 
t/Danos, Albert J. Walsh, William M. 





Wogan, John B. 



POETRY 



l^Adams, C. Henry 
v Alvey, Richard H. 
\/£»louin, Leon J. 
^Bourgeois, Sidney J. 
l^Cannon, John 
\/Fossier, D'Hamecourt 
irber, James R. 
illy, Samuel L. 
<e Baron, Gilbert A. 



Morales, Herman L. 

Nelson, John P. 

Olivier, Charles A. 

O'Rourke, Francis J. 
\ Ransdell, John H. 
-Reid, Roger D. 
vTouart, Anthony J. 

Wagner, Joseph T. 
i Weems, Douglas A. 



nan T j. 



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FIRST ACADEMIC 

/ 

vAlvarez, Bernardino F. 

Ball, A. Caron 

Beall, Philip D. 

Bloch, Arnold 

Braud, Sidney F. 
/ferooks, Raphael M. 
^/Carbery, John E. 

Cassidy, William J. 

Curry, George T. 

Dempsey, Harold M. 

Douglas, Hoffman A. 

Duggan, James E. 



In 



M 



-xh 



Finch, Gregory B. 
Lavretta, J. Lawrence 
Lawler, William A. 
Lebeau, Edward J. 
McAfee, John A. 
Neely, Maurice L. 
Nicrosi, William K. 
O'Flinn, John E. 
.Toomey, John E. 
Turregano, Paul J. 
^Voorhies, Francis J. 
Walsh, Patrick Walter 



SECOND ACADEMIC 



7 



a/ 



y 



Schatzman, Carling J 

Batchelder, George J. 
V Bauer, John T. 

Beary, Andrew T. 
v'JJtfady, Charles P. 
Casanova, Peter 

Dant, John P. 

Frederic, Emile W. 

Frederic, Hermes A. 

Frohlichstein, Henry J 



y^&alliand, Maurice R. 
/ Kelly, W. Henry 

Leche, Karl P. 

McHardy, James J. 

McMahon, Richard D. 

Pardue, Sherman P. 

Patout, Philip P. 

Rios, Bonaventure 
hepard, G. Darwin 




* 



THIRD ACADEMIC A 



Abadie, Laurence P. 
VAndrepont, Laurence 

Barker, William E. 

Bodin, John R. 

Daly, Joseph K. 

Diaz, M. Humbert 

Ducote, Warren P. 
vfiaget, Luke A. 

Fernandez, Michael 



^Grace, Thomas C. 

Klosky, Simon 

Laue, Emile F. 
VXawless, T. Clarence 

McDonough, Thomas M. 
iMeyer, Francis A. 
jRichardson, H. Eugene 

Valdes, Edward F. 
v Voorhies, Sidney C. 



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THIRD ACADEMIC B 



l> 



v Alvarez, Joseph T. 

u Alvey, George F. 

UBalbontin, Romeo M. 
v/fiyrne, Walter Cameron 
Camara, Ramiro 

tClark, Ernest A. 

i/Cox, James E. 



Holland, Charles J. 
Laviada, Anthony 
Mendiolea, Alfred 
./Munson, Henry A. 
Touart, Clarence N. 
Villaverde, Albert J. 



ijwalsh, Joseph M. > /Q ^ 
SUPERIOR 5*f*' P . 

Burguieres, Henry I. Giard, Leo A. 

v Garland, Albert P. v Larrea, Ramon 0. 

Reynaud, Oscar J. 

INTERMEDIATE ^QjUk- '**?• 

Daniel, L. Welder O'Connor, Thomas J. 

vDeegan, John E. u i^arslow, Joseph G. 

Kevlin, C. Wallace Schmitt, William A. 

JKevlin, Henry R. Simon, Sidney B. 

i/Landry, Paul T. -Vila, Vincent J. 



FIRST ENGLISH 
v .Bordelon, Clifford J. Frederic, Carlos E. 



it/ 



i Brown, Burguieres E. 
/Brown, Francis J. 
v/Brown, John J. 
^Bullock, John M. 
Burnett, Charles G. 
i^Burvant, George J. 
v/Ohalin, Frederick P. 
v/Chappuis, Claude L. 
I Denis, St., Augustus C. 
i/Des-Prez, William 
(JDucote, Guy G. 
^6ugan, William F. 
/Dupas, James J. 
v/Eichold, Hugo V. 



v (Jarland, Henry W. 

^'Jaham, de, George 

v Kelly, Thomas J. 

Moresi, Louis R. 

Neely, Duggan A. 

Parslow, Frederick D. 

Patout, Oswell P. 
Eiffel, Francis A. 

Schimpf, Charles R. G. 

Schneider, Matthew P. 

Staehle, John J. 
^Stetson, James D. 

Thompson, Charles M. 

"-Walker, Percy B. 



o1 



Walmsley, T. Semmes 



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SECOND ENGLISH 



10 



v/Budd, Robert E. 

Centeno, Pio 

Feahney, Le Roy 
vGuerra, Louis V. 
t^fiahn, Albert J. 

Jones, Hugh T. 
u-Jumonville, Leonce J. 

Kearns, Joseph W. 

Kevlin, Edward J. 

iKing, W. Homer 
\ Labor de, Cliff e E. 

Laborde, H. Barclay 

Medina, Manuel 



Merz, Francis 
Monahan, John J. 
Moore, William L. 
Moreda, John 
^O'Connell, H. Alvin 
^O'Connor, Thomas M. 
Patout, Sebastian S. 
Pinkus, Alphonsus 
Richard, C. Leo 
UVeltin, Arthur 
Viguerie, John P. 
Wagner, Edward C. 
Walker, Merriott 



THIRD ENGLISH 



« Bermudez, Octave 

Bird, Albert C. 

Black, Clarence L. 
iBordelon, Martin 

Br ice, C. Leon 

Budd, Murphy Foster 
\ Caballero de los Olivos, 
^Christ, William B. 
j/Concannon, Jasper J. 

De Gravelle, Martin J. 
. Dossmann, Andrew 
| Drago, Robert Lee 



1 Gallagher, C. Stapleton 

Glynn, Alfred 

Gomez, Manuel 

Horlock, Ralph L. 

-Irving, George S. 
\JLowenstein, Henry C. 
Julius^cNamara, Daniel B. 

Moreno, Delio 

Murray, Joseph 

Nelson, Louis 

it* once, Edward 
\JTrolio, John 



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PREPARATORY 



fl'V 



I Adoue, Clifford A. 
tBartlett, Lloyd L. 
vEferthelot, Joseph A. 
i/Bonvillain, Charles N. 
,/Qiappuis, Guy J. 
l/tf'albor, Felix J. 
u Dubuisson, George W. 
uDucote, J. Richard 
^Hamilton, J. Percy C. 
v. Harrigan, Raymond H. 
. Hebert, C. S. Ducote 
vKaplan, Irving B. 
^arrea, Albert L. 
(/McHardy, Norman A. 



Meador, Joseph G. 

i-Mendiolea, Manuel 

Meyer, Edwin L. 
v/Nuila, Charles 

^'^rien, William 
v^Cosado, Alvaro 

-Roycroft, W. Charles 
U&hepard, St. Mark 

Suarez, Philip 

Theard, Paul E. 

Triolet, Ernest 

uValdes, Leopold F. 

vVales, Philip 

Wagner, Hunter F. 




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A. M. D. G. 

S OCIETI ES 

Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary 

The object of this Society is to cultivate among its mem- 
bers a religious spirit and the practice of devotion to the 
Mother of God. 

OFFICERS 

Rev. J. B. Franckhauser, S. J Director 

R. K. Rounds Prefect 

A. J. Danos First Assistant 

J. A. O'Leary Second Assistant 

F. J. O'Rourke Secretary 

N. L. Vickers ) „ 

-d , T -d , \ Consultors 

R. M. Breard [ 

0. J. Reynaud ) „ ; . 

tt a m . [ Sacristans 

H. A. Touart \ 

J. C. Bassich Organist 

MEMBERS 

C. H. Adams J. R. Garber T. M. O'Connor 

D. L. Austin A. P. Garland D. J. Ory 

F. L. Barker L. A. Giard F. D. Parslow 

L. J. Blouin J. W. Kearns J. G. Parslow 

C. J. Bordelon T. J. Kelly R. D. Reid 

L. L. Bordelon C. W. Kevlin W. A. Schmitt 

S. J. Bourgeois C. E. Laborde G. L. Soniat 

T. J. Burns H. B. Laborde J. M. Supple 

W. J. Cassidy P. T. Landry V. J. Vila 

F. P. Chalin R. 0. Larrea A. J. Vizard 

L. W. Daniel G. A. Lasseigne F. J. Voorhies 

J. P. Dant J. L. Lavretta J. T. Wagner 

W. Des-Prez W. A. Lawler . T. S. Walmsley 

D. Fossier E. J. Lebeau D. A. Weems 
C. E. Frederic J. A. McAfee J. B. Wogan 

J. P. Nelson 



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Society of the Holy Angels 



This Society has for its object to foster among the 
younger students a spirit of filial love for the Blessed Vir- 
gin, the Queen of Angels, and to encourage them in the prac- 
tice of virtue and piety. 

OFFICERS 

Rev. J. O'Reilly, S. J Director 

A. J. Touart Prefect 

C. E. McMaster First Assistant 

H. R. Kevlin Second Assistant 

P. D. Beall ) . . 

^t, A1 I Secretaries 

B. F. Alvarez [ 

K. P. Leche ) n 7+ 

~ . T _> \ Consultors 

G. A. Le Baron j 

P. J. Turregano 

D. A. Neely 
J. T. Bauer 



A. C. Ball 
A. T. Beary 
C. P. Brady 
S. F. Braud 
R. M. Brooks 

G. T. Curry 
R. L. Drago 
H. A. Frederic 
C. S. Gallagher 
C. J. Holland 
H. T. Jones 



MEMBERS 

H. A. Douglas 

E. J. Kevlin 

F. A. Meyer 
J. Murray 
M. L. Neely 

CANDIDATES 
A. Laviada 
T. M. McDonough 
H. A. Munson 
0. P. Patout 
P. P. Patout 
S. S. Patout 



J. E. O'Flinn 
C. A. Olivier 
C. J. Schatzman 
M. P. Schneider 
J. E. Toomey 

G. D. Shepard 
C. M. Thompson 
C. N. Touart 
A. J. Villaverde 
P. W. Walsh 



44 



The Apostleship of Prayer 



in union with 



The Sacred Heart of Jesus 



This Association aims at training its members in the 
practice of prayer and other good works, by seeking in them 
the interests of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, viz : "The glory 
of God and the salvation of souls. ,, 



Rev. J. O'Reilly, S. J Director 



SENIOR PROMOTERS 



JUNIOR PROMOTERS 



R. K. Rounds, Chief 
L. J. Blouin 
A. J. Danos 
J. P. Nelson 
F. J. O'Rourke 
0. J. Reynaud 
H. A. Touart 
F. J. Voorhies 



H. R. Kevlin, Chief 
A. T. Beary 
C. P. Brady 
A. Laviada 
K. P. Leche 
C. E. McMaster 
M. P. Schneider 
J. E. Toomey 
A. J. Touart 



45 



Altar Boys' Association 



This Society is established to add solemnity to Divine 
Worship and to cherish in the hearts of its members devo- 
tion to the Blessed Sacrament. 



OFFICERS 

Mr. T. A. Cronin, S. J Director - 

A. J. Touart Prefect 

P. D. Beall Secretary 

C. E. McMaster Censor 

B. F. Alvarez ) , , . 
J.E.Toomey * Ac ° lyteS 



MEMBERS 



J. T. Alvarez 
J. T. Bauer 
A. T. Beary 
C. P. Brady 
S. F. Braud 
R. M. Brooks 
J. E. Cox 
G. T. Curry 
H. A. Douglas 



G. B. Finch 
C. S. Gallagher 
C. J. Holland 
H. T. Jones 
H. R. Kevlin 
K. P. Leche 
G. A. Le Baron 
H. A. Munson 
J. Murray 



D. A. Neely 
J. E. O'Flinn 
C. A. Olivier 
C. J. Schatzman 
G. D. Shepard 
P. J. Turregano 
A. J. Villaverde 
P. W. Walsh 



46 



Literary Societies 



The object of these Societies is the cultivation of elo- 
quence by means of debates, dramatic readings and declama- 
tions. 

SENIOR 



OFFICERS 

Rev. A. Guyol, S. J Moderator 

R. K. Rounds President 

J. A. O'Leary Secretary 

W. M. Walsh Censor 



D. L. Austin 
R. M. Breard 
T. J. Burns 
J. R. Garber 



MEMBERS 

N. L. Keith Ovalle 
S. L. Kelly 
C. W. Kevlin 
J. H. Norville 
F. J. O'Rourke 



J. M. Supple 
N. L. Vickers 
A. J. Vizard 
T. S. Walmsley 



JUNIOR 



OFFICERS 
Rev. E. I. Fazakerley, S. J. Moderator 

FIRST TERM SECOND TERM 

C. E. McMaster P. D. Beall President 

A. J. Touart A. J. Touart Secretary 

J. J. Brown G. T. Curry Censor 



B. F. Alvarez 
A. T. Beary 
A. Bloch 
R. M. Brooks 



MEMBERS 

G. A. Le Baron 
D. A. Neely 
J. E. O'Flinn 
0. P. Patout 



J. H. Ransdell 
C. R. Schimpf 
J. E. Toomey 
P. J. Turregano 




EDITORIAL STAFF, '06-'07 



1— 

2- 
3— 



R. K. ROUNDS 4— P. D. BEALL 

C. E. M'MASTER 5— W. WALSH 

J. E. DEEGAN 6— J. H. NORYILLE 



7— N. L. VICKERS 
8— L. A. GIARD 
9 — T. J. BURNS 



10— T. S. WALMSLEY 
11 — J. A. O'LEARY 
12— R. L. LEYERT 



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The Spring Hill Review 



Published by 



The Students of Spring Hill College 



Mobile, Alabama 



STAFF 



Mr. J. J. Wallace, S. J Director 

R. K. Rounds Editor-in-Chief 

ASSOCIATE EDITORS 

T'.S.Wa e imsley} College Notes 

T. J. Burns Societies 

R. L. Levert Athletics 

J. A. O'Leary Alumni 

L. A. Giard Exchanges 

C. E. McMaster ) T . X7 , 

_, ^ _, „ v Junior Notes 

P. D. Beall 



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J. H. Norville 
W. M. Walsh N. L. Vickers 

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should be addressed: 

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Philharmonic Societies 



The object of these Societies is to add solemnity to re- 
ligious and literary festivals and to give the members an op- 
portunity of improving themselves in the practice of instru- 
mental music. 

SENIOR BRASS BAND 

OFFICERS 

Rev. K. A. Nowlan, S. J President 

Prof. A. J. Staub, Mus. D Director 

H. A. Touart Vice-President 

D. J. Ory Secretary and Treasurer 

R. M. Breard Censor 

MEMBERS 
Rev. P. J. Philippe, S. J. Rev. C. Ruhlmann, S. J. 

Mr. R. M. Brooks, S. J. 
J. P. Dant J. P. Nelson . . 

J. E. Deegan J. A. O'Leary 

E. E. Escalante N. L. Keith Ovalle 
A. P. Garland 0. J. Reynaud 

L. A. Giard S. B. Simon 

J. L. Lavretta N. L. Vickers 

JUNIOR BRASS BAND 

OFFICERS 

Mr. C. A. King, S. J President 

Prof. A. J. Suffich, Mus B Director 

FIRST TERM SECOND TERM 

A. J. Touart A. J. Touart . . . . Vice-President 

J. E. Toomey C. R. Schimpf Secretary 

J. J. Brown B. F. Alvarez Censor 

MEMBERS 

A. Bloch J. P. C. Hamilton O. P. Patout 

J. R. Bodin K. P. Leche C. L. Richard 

H. A. Frederic E. L. Meyer C. N. Touart 

A. J. Hahn F. A. Meyer E. F. Valdes 



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College Choir and Glee Club 



OFFICERS 



Rev. A. J. Snebelen, S. J Director 

Prof. A. J. Staub, Mus. D Organist 





MEMBERS 


R. M. Breard 


M. R. Galliand 


P. C. Burguieres 


S. L. Kelly 


T. J. Burns 


J. L. Lavretta 


J. P. Dant 


J. A. McAfee 


J. E. Deegan 


J. P. Nelson 


A. C. St. Denis 


N. L. Vickers 




T. S. Walmsley 


JUNIOR CHOIR MEMBERS 


B. F. Alvarez 


T. C. Grace 


J. T. Alvarez 


L. V. Guerra 


G. J. Batchelder 


C. J. Holland 


A. T. Beary 


W. H. Kelly 


C. L. Black 


T. M. McDonough 


J. R. Bodin 


C. E. McMaster 


S. F. Braud 


H. A. Munson 


G. T. Curry 


0. P. Patout 


J. K. Daly 


S. S. Patout . 


M. H. Diaz 


J. H. Ransdell 


G. B. Finch 


J. E. Toomey 


J. E. O'Flinn 


C. N. Touart 


H. A. Frederkr 


P. W. Walsh 



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College Orchestra 



OFFICERS 

Rev. C. Ruhlmann, S.J. 

Prof. A. J. Staub, Mus. D. Prof. A. J. Suffich, Mus. B. 



MEMBERS 



Rev. K. A. Nowlan, S. J. 
Rev. P. J. Philippe, S. J. 
Mr. R. M. Brooks, S. J. 
Mr. C. A. King, S. J. 
R. M. Breard 
T. J. Burns 
J. E. Deegan 
M. H. Diaz 
R. L. Drago 
E. E. Escalante 



A. P. Garland 
G. A. Lasseigne 
J. L. Lavretta 
K. P. Leche 
M. Medina 
D. J. Ory 
C. R. Schimpf 
S. B. Simon 
J. E. Toomey 
A. J. Touart 



H. A. Touart 



Weather Bureau 



The object of this Society is to take meteorological ob- 
servations and display the various weather signals for the 
benefit of the faculty and students, and those living in the 
neighborhood of the College. 

Rev. J. B. Franckhauser, S. J Director 



MEMBERS 
J. A. O'Leary 



C. W. Kevlin 
R. 0. Larrea 



R. K. Rounds 
G. L. Soniat 



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Reading Room Associations 



These Associations are intended to encourage useful 
reading among the students. During the hours of recrea- 
tion, they may have access to libraries of more than two 
thousand volumes on various subjects by the best ancient 
and modern writers. 



SENIOR LIBRARY 

OFFICERS 

Mr. J. C. Kearns, S. J Director 

R. K. Rounds President 

S. A. Bonvillain Vice-President 

P. C. Burguieres Secretary and Treasurer 

L. A. Giard Librarian 



JUNIOR LIBRARY 



OFFICERS 

Mr. J. J. Wallace, S. J Director 

A. J. Touart President 

J. T. Bauer Vice-President 

B. Rios Secretary 

H. Alvey Treasurer 

P. D. Beall ) 

P. J. Turre*ano } Librarians 



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Billiard Room Association 



OFFICERS 



Mr. J. C. Kearns, S. J Director 

R. 0. Larrea President 

N. L. Keith Ovalle Vice-President 

H. A. Touart Secretary and Treasurer 

A. J. Danos Censor 



College Athletic Associations 

OFFICERS 
Mr. J. C. Kearns, S. J Director 

GYMNASIUM 

J. A. O'Leary President 

R. M. Breard Treasurer 

W. M. Walsh Censor 

BASEBALL TEAM 

R. L. Levert Manager 

G. A. Lasseigne Captain 

FOOTBALL TEAM 

L. A. Giard Manager 

R. K. Rounds .Captain 

TENNIS CLUB 
G. L. Soniat Manager 



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Junior Athletic Associations 



OFFICERS 
Mr. J. J. Wallace, S. J .Director 

GYMNASIUM 

C. E. McMaster President 

H. R. Kevlin Vice-President 

A. T. Beary Secretary 

P. D. Beall Treasurer 

BASEBALL TEAM 

D. A. Neely Manager 

M. P. Schneider Captain 

FOOTBALL TEAM 

C. R. Schimpf Manager 

P. D. Beall Captain 

BASKETBALL TEAM 

D. A. Neely Manager 

C. E. McMaster Captain 



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Stoii nf %tm$t 



The following students were distinguished during the 
year for good conduct and application to study. 

(The Highest Number of Marks Attainable is 100) 

Senior Division 

burguieres, patout c 100 

cassidy, william j 100 

danos, albert j 100 

garber, james r. 100 

laborde, h. barclay 100 

laborde, cliffe e 100 

o'rourke, francis j 100 

nicrosi, william k 100 

reid, roger d 100 

reynaud, oscar j 100 

rounds, r. kenneth 100 

voorhies, francis j 100 

mcafee, john a 99 

c. de los olivos, julius 98 

jumonville, leonce j 98 

kevlin, c. wallace 98 

bourgeois, sidney j 97 

landry, paul t 97 

" parslow, frederick d 97 

burvant, george j 96 



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GIARD, LEO A 96 

LARREA, RAMON 96 

PINKUS, ALPHONSUS 96 

WOGAN, JOHN B 96 

BLOUIN, LEON J 95 

IRVING, GEORGE S 95 

LAVRETTA, J. LAWRENCE 95 

LEBEAU, EDWARD J 95 

WALKER, PERCY B 95 

FREDERIC, CARLOS E 96 

WALMSLEY, T. SEMMES 94 

BORDELON, LESTER L 93 

FOSSIER, D'HAMECOURT 93 

GALLIAND, MAURICE R 93 

KELLY, SAMUEL L 93 

WEEMS, DOUGLAS A 93 

ADAMS, C. HENRY 92 

BURNS, THOMAS J 92 

CARBERY, JOHN E 92 

O'CONNOR, THOMAS M 92 

SIMON, SIDNEY B 92 

DEEGAN, JOHN E 91 

KELLY, THOMAS J 91 

LEVERT, ROBERT L 91 

MEDINA, MANUEL 91 

OLIVIER, FRANCIS A 91 

RIFFEL, FRANCIS A 91 

TOUART, HINTON A 91 

VIZARD, ANTHONY J 91 

DANT, JOHN P 90 

DUCOTE, GUY G 90 

FERNANDEZ, MICHAEL 90 



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GARLAND, ALBERT P 90 

CENTENO, PIO . . . .< 88 

CHALIN, FREDERICK P 88 

SUPPLE, JOSEPH M . 88 

VICKERS, NICHOLAS L 87 

NELSON, JOHN P 86 

PONCE, EDWARD 85 

AUSTIN, D. LAWRENCE 84 



Junior Division 

BAUER, JOHN T 100 

BEARY, ANDREW T 100 

BLOCH, ARNOLD 100 

BRADY, CHARLES P 100 

BRAUD, SIDNEY .100 

EICHOLD, HUGO V 100 

GALLAGHER, C. STAPLETON. . . .100 

GRACE, THOMAS C 100 

KEVLIN, HENRY R 100 

LECHE, KARL P 100 

O'BRIEN, WILLIAM .100 

OLIVIER, CHARLES A 100 

VOORHIES, SIDNEY C 100 

BARKER, WILLIAM E 99 

DOUGLAS, HOFFMAN A 99 

FINCH, GREGORY B 99 

KELLY, W. HENRY 99 

NEELY, MAURICE L 99 

BERTHELOT, JOSEPH A 98 

McHARDY, JAMES J 98 



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MEYER, FRANCIS A 98 

PATOUT, PHILIP P 98 

SCHNEIDER, MATTHEW P 98 

TOOMEY, JOHN E 98 

ALVAREZ, BERNARDINO F 97 

DIAZ, M. HUMBERT 97 

HAHN, ALBERT J. . . 97 

JONES, HUGH T 97 

KEVLIN, EDWARD J 97 

BEALL, PHILIP D 96 

CURRY, GEORGE T 96 

FROHLICHSTEIN, HENRY J 96 

SCHIMPF, CHARLES R 96 

TURREGANO, PAUL J 96 

WALSH, PATRICK WALTER 96 

ABADIE, LAWRENCE P 95 

CHAPPUIS, GUY J. 95 

LE BARON, GILBERT A 95 

MUNSON, HENRY A 95 

BYRNE, WALTER CAMERON 94 

MORESI, LOUIS R 94 

O'CONNELL, H. ALVIN 94 

TOUART, ANTHONY J 94 

VILLAVERDE, ALBERT J 94 

THOMPSON, CHARLES M 93 

SHEPARD, G. DARWIN 92 

BALBONTIN, ROMEO M 91 

BONVILLAIN, CHARLES N 91 

BORDELON, MARTIN 91 * 

CLARK, ERNEST A 91 

DUCOTE, WARREN P 91 

HOLLAND, CHARLES J 91 



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RIOS, BONA VENTURE 90 

SCHATZMAN, CARLING J 90 

ANDREPONT, LAURENCE 89 

TOUART, CLARENCE N 89 

BROOKS, RAPHAEL M 88 

PATOUT, OSWELL P 88 

DOSSMANN, ANDREW 87 

DUBUISSON, GEORGE W 87 

O'FLINN, JOHN E 87 

PATOUT, SEBASTIAN S 87 

SUAREZ, PHILIP 87 

ALVAREZ, JOSEPH T 86 

CHRIST, WILLIAM B 86 

MONAHAN, JOHN J 86 

BLACK, CLARENCE L 85 

D'ALBOR, FELIX J 85 

DRAGO, ROBERT LEE 85 

HEBERT, C. S. DUCOTE 85 

LAVIADA, ANTHONY 85 

VALDES, LEOPOLD F 85 

LAWLESS, T. CLARENCE 84 

DUCOTE, RICHARD J 83 

McMASTER, CAREY E 83 

ADOUE, CLIFFORD A 81 

DALY, JOSEPH K 81 



59 



A. M. D. G. 



Seventy-Seventh 



| Annual Commencement 



OF 



Spring Hill College 



Wednesday, June 19, 1907 



AT 8:30 A. M. 



60 

Programme 



OVERTURE— Egmont Beethoven 

College Orchestra 

SALUTATORY Joseph A. O'Leary 

DUET FOR CLARINET AND CORNET Mendelssohn 

Clarinet— Mr. R. M. Brooks, S. J. 
Cornet — G. A. Lasseigne 
Accompanied by College Orchestra 

RECITATION— The Last String Anonymous 

Carey E. McMaster 

GLACIER VALSE Keler-Bela 

College Orchestra 
DISCOURSE— The Advantages to a Technical Student 

of Early Training According to the Jesuit System. . . . 

Thomas H. HcHatton, B. S., D. S. 

QUARTETTE— The Storm King . Verdi 

First Tenor — J. L. Lavretta, R. M. Breard 
Second Tenor — H. A. Touart, J. E. Deegan 
First Bass — N. L. Vickers, L. A. Giard 
Second Bass — J. P. Dant, P. C. Burguieres 
RECITATION — Music on the Rappahannock . . .Somerville 
Andrew T. Beary 

FLUTE SOLO — Barcarolle Venetienne Ferrazzi 

Hinton A. Touart 
Accompanied by College Orchestra 
ADDRESS TO THE GRADUATES.. .Very Rev. President 

WEDDING MARCH Soderman 

College Orchestra 

VALEDICTORY Nicholas L. Vickers 

CORNET SOLO— Lizzie Polka Hartman 

Nestor L. Keith Ovalle 



CONFERRING OF DEGREES 

CHARGE OF THE HUSSARS Spindler 

College Orchestra 



AWARD OF MEDALS 
DISTRIBUTION OF PREMIUMS 



61 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 



WAS CONFERRED UPON 



JAMES F. McCALEB, A. B., A. M., M. D. 



62 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF SCIENCE 



WAS CONFERRED UPON 



THOMAS H. McHATTON, B. S. 

(Graduate of Michigan Agricultural College and Professor 
S at fiaergW Agricultural College) 



63 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 



WAS CONFERRED UPON 



-iVALTER S. FOSSIER, A. B., Pharm. M. 



64 



J AM 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 

v (NESTOR L. KEITH OVALLE / 



R. KENNETH ROUNDS - 

NICHOLAS L. VICKERS v 
y '^SIDNEY A. BONVILLAIN / 
^'JOSEPH A. O'LEARY 
^ -'HINTON A. TOUART 
/JOSEPH H. NORVILLE / 
y Kf. CYRIL BASSICH (Dec. 16th, 1906) v 

GEORGE A. LASSEIGNE 



./ 



G. LEON SONIAT 



THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE CLASS WERE 
WON BY 

NESTOR L. KEITH OVALLE • 



65 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 



S ^ALBERT P. GARLAND AAvC 
* -RAMON 0. LARREA ]^uvjJ( 
V^LEO A. GIARD V*"*~*~ ^ 



1/ 



THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE CLASS WERE 

WON BY 

ALBERT P. GARLAND 



66 



PROGRAMME 

Elocution Contest, June 2, 1907 



FIRST SECTION 

Charge of Hussars Spindler 

College Orchestra 

Roger and I Trowbridge 

L. L. Bordelon 

Rienzi to the Romans Mitford 

A. C. St. Denis 

The Last String Anonymous 

C. E. McMaster 

Belshazzar Tvuart 

A. J. Touart 

The Leper N. P. Willis 

N. L. Vickers 

Cavatina — Violin Solo Bohm 

T. J. Burns 

The Victor of Marengo Anonymous 

T. S. Walmsley 

The Black Horse and His Rider Slieppard 

W. M. Walsh 

SECOND SECTION 

The Curse of Regulus Anonymous 

B. F. Alvarez 

Spartacus to the Roman Envoys. '. Kellogg 

P. D. Beall 

The Battle Schiller- Lytt on 

A. T. Beary 

The Message— Cornet Solo Brooks 

N. L. Keith Ovalle 

The Baron's Last Banquet Green 

L. V. Guerra 

The Brave Fireman Bexford 

H. T. Jones 

The Brave Fireman Bexford 

K. P. Leche 

The Collier's Dying Child Farmer 

H. A. Munson 

Duet — Cornets and Clarinets Mendelssohn 

College Orchestra Accompaniment 

DECISION OF THE JUDGES 

Judges: — Rev. William A. Kerrigan 
Hon. Joseph N. McAleer 
Hon. Walter F. Walsh 



67 

Award of Medals 



The Bishop's Memorial Medal 

FOUNDED 
BY THE LATE 

RT. REV. BISHOP O'SULLIVAN, D. D. 

FOR 

Excellence in Christian Doctrine 

AND 

Ecclesiastical History 

WAS MERITED BY 

B. Slauirettrr Austin 

NEXT IN MERIT 

NESTOR L. KEITH OVALLE NICHOLAS L. VICKERS 
FRANCIS A. OLIVIER JOSEPH H. NORVILLE 

Matter for Examination 

1. The Acts of the Apostles 

2. A Brief History of the Church 

3. The Whole of Deharbe's Catechism 



68 

The Gold Medal 



FOR THE 



Best Examination in Catechism 



WAS MERITED BY 



Safari HL Inmkis 



NEXT IN MERIT 

JAMES J. McHARDY ROBERT E. BUDD 

H. ALVIN O'CONNELL GEORGE J. BURVANT 
JOHN T. BAUER 

Subject Matter 

The Entire Catechism of the Council of Baltimore 

DONOR 

REV. THOMAS D. MADDEN, S. J. 

Selma, Ala. 



69 

The Gold Medal 

FOR 

Good Conduct 

IN THE SENIOR DIVISION 
WAS MERITED BY 

Wttltam 3. (tambg 

DONOR 

MR. JOHN KEARNS 

Lebanon, Ky. 

premium 

ALBERT J. DANOS 

DISTINGUISHED 

R. KENNETH ROUNDS OSCAR J. REYNAUD 

FRANCIS J. VOORHIES CLIFFE E. LABORDE 

PATOUT C. BURGUIERES SIDNEY J. BOURGEOIS 

T. SEMMES WALMSLEY JOHN B. WOGAN 

J. LAWRENCE LAVRETTA H. BARCLAY LABORDE 

N. B. — The Gold Medals for Good Conduct have been 
awarded by the votes of the students with the approbation 
of the Faculty. 



70 

The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Good Conduct 

IN THE JUNIOR DIVISION 
WAS MERITED BY 

JMjn 3L Mmxtx 

DONOR 

REV. DANIEL J. MURPHY, S. J. 

Mobile, Ala. 

premium 

ANDREW T. BEARY 

DISTINGUISHED 

ANTHONY J. TOUART BERNARDINO F. ALVAREZ 

CHARLES P. BRADY CAREY E. McMASTER 

KARL P. LECHE HENRY R. KEVLIN 

SIDNEY F. BRAUD PHILIP D. BEALL 

SIDNEY C. VOORHIES CHARLES R. SCHIMPF 

C. S. GALLAGHER HUGH T. JONES 



71 

The Gold Medal 



FOR THE 



Best Composition 



IN 



Moral Philosophy 

WAS MERITED BY 

DISTINGUISHED 

JOSEPH H. NORVILLE 

Subject: The Natural Law 

DONOR 

MISS NORMA GRILLO 

Natchez, Miss. 



72 

The Gold Medal 



FOR THE 



Best English Composition 



WAS MERITED BY 

1. Hauimtr? Austin 

NEXT IN MERIT 

C. HENRY ADAMS JAMES J. DUPAS 

SAMUEL L. KELLY R. KENNETH ROUNDS 

CAREY E. McMASTER PAUL J. TURREGANO 

DONOR 

VERY REV. C. T. O'CALLAGHAN, D. D., V. G. 
Mobile, Ala. 



73 

The Gold Medal 

FOR THE 

Best Latin Composition 

WAS MERITED BY 
NEXT IN MERIT 

FRANCIS A. OLIVIER D. LAWRENCE AUSTIN 

SIDNEY A. BONVILLAIN ROBERT M. BREARD 

I 

DONOR 

REV. D. SAVAGE, D. D. 

Montgomery, Ala. 



74 

The Gold Medal 

FOR THE 

Best Greek Composition 

WAS MERITED BY 

(Etjarteis A. ©liuto 

NEXT IN MERIT 

D. LAWRENCE AUSTIN ROBERT M. BREARD 

FRANCIS A. OLIVIER NICHOLAS L. VICKERS 

DONOR 
DR. T. A. DUGGAN 

New Orleans, La. . 



75 

The Gold Medal 

FOR THE BEST PAPER ON 

The Physical Sciences 

WAS MERITED BY 

Jester SL S>tilj Wmlh 

NEXT IN MERIT 

K. KENNETH ROUNDS JOSEPH H. NORVILLE 

ALBERT P. GARLAND 

SUBJECT 

Eleotromagnetism 

1. Relation of electricity to magnetism 

2. Magnetization by means of an electric current 

3. Electromagnets and their use 

4. The electric bell and electric telegraph 

DONOR 

REV. W. A. WILKINSON, S. J. 
Augusta, Ga. 



76 

The Gold Medal 

FOR 

Excellence in Mathematics 

(FIRST GRADE — ALGEBRA) 
WAS MERITED BY 

0L i}£tmj Atoms 

NEXT IN MERIT 

FRANCIS A. OLIVIER T. SEMMES WALMSLEY 

CHARLES A. OLIVIER ROGER D. REID 

DONOR 

MR. J. GOLDSTEIN 

Mobile, Ala. 



77 

The Gold Medal 

FOR 

Excellence in Mathematics 

(SECOND GRADE — ARITHMETIC) 
WAS MERITED BY 

NEXT IN MERIT 

PHILIP D. BEALL SIDNEY F. BRAUD 

CHARLES P. BRADY FRANCIS A. MEYER 

DONOR , 

MR. E. G. DREAPER 

Mobile, Ala. 



78 

The Gold Medal 

FOR 

Excellence in Elocution 

(SENIOR section) 

WAS MERITED BY 
NEXT IN MERIT 

AUGUSTUS C. ST. DENIS NICHOLAS L. VICKERS 
WILLIAM M. WALSH ANTHONY J. TOUART 

DONOR 

MR, JULIUS L. MARX 

Demopolis, Ala. 



79 

The Gold Medal 

FOR 
Excellence in Elocution 

(JUNIOR SECTION) 
WAS MERITED BY 

2Cart f . Ewlp 

NEXT IN MERIT 



BERNARDINO F. ALVAREZ PHILIP D. BEALL 

ANDREW T. BEARY LOUIS V. GUERRA 



DONOR • 
MR. SIDNEY LOWENSTEIN 
Mobile, Ala. 



80 

The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Excellence in History 

WAS MERITED BY 

Jtetortrk H ptrsloro 

NEXT IN MERIT 

CARLING J. SCHATZMAN LAURENCE ANDREPONT 
ROBERT LEE DRAGO 

Matter for Examination 

United States History from Washington to Buchanan 

DONOR 

MAJOR PATRICK C. HANNAN 

Mobile, Ala. 



81 

The Gold Medal 

FOR 
The Greatest Improvement 

IN 

Penmanship 

WAS MERITED BY 

Albert 3. VtUmwrfr 

NEXT IN MERIT 

W. HENRY KELLY JOHN P. DANT 

CHARLES P. BRADY JOHN T. BAUER 

JAMES J. McHARDY PHILIP P. PATOUT 

BONA VENTURE RIOS KARL P. LECHE 

JULIUS C. DE LOS OLIVOS ANTHONY LAVIADA 

HENRY A. MUNSON JOSEPH K. DALY 

JOHN TROLIO CLIFFORD A. ADOUE 

LOUIS NELSON CLARENCE L. BLACK 

JOSEPH T. ALVAREZ WILLIAM B. CHRIST 

MICHAEL FERNANDEZ H. J. FROHLICHSTEIN 

(This competition is limited to the lower classes, viz., 
Second and Third Grammar, Third English and Prepara- 
tory.) 

DONOR 

REV. JOHN W. DUNN 

Mobile, Ala. 



82 



/ 



The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Proficiency in the use of Instrument 
in the Senior Brass Band 



WAS MERITED BY 

iftttimt A. ®mtart 

NEXT IN MERIT 

NESTOR L. KEITH OVALLE DANIEL J. ORY 
J. LAWRENCE LAVRETTA SIDNEY B. SIMON 

DONOR 

DR. ANGELO FESTORAZZI 
Mobile, Ala. 



83 

The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Proficiency in the use of Instrument 
in the Junior Brass Band 



WAS MERITED BY 

2Cart f . Ewlp 

NEXT IN MERIT 

CHARLES R. SCHIMPF FRANCIS A. MEYER 

BERNARDINO F. ALVAREZ CLARENCE N. TOUART 

DONOR 

MR. JOHN T. BAUER 

Mobile, Ala. 



84 



liatributtot 0f pratramtH 



GRADUATING CLASSES 



Philosophy 



EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

NESTOR L. KEITH OVALLE 

SECOND PREMIUM 
R. KENNETH ROUNDS 

DISTINGUISHED 
NICHOLAS L. VICKERS SIDNEY A. BONVILLAIN 



Superior 



EXCELLENCE 

PREMIUM • 

ALBERT P. GARLAND 

DISTINGUISHED 
RAMON 0. LARREA 



85 



CLASSICAL COURSE 



Rhetoric 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

FRANCIS A. OLIVIER 

SECOND PREMIUM 

JOHN B. WOGAN 

DISTINGUISHED 

WILLIAM M. WALSH D. LAWRENCE AUSTIN 

CAREY E. McMASTER 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

FRANCIS A. OLIVIER 

SECOND PREMIUM 
D. LAWRENCE AUSTIN 

DISTINGUISHED 

ROBERT M. BREARD JOHN B. WOGAN 

WILLIAM M. WALSH 



86 
LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 

D. LAWRENCE AUSTIN 

SECOND PREMIUM 

FRANCIS A. OLIVIER 

DISTINGUISHED 

ROBERT M. BREARD JOHN B. WOGAN 

WILLIAM M. WALSH 

GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 

D. LAWRENCE AUSTIN 

SECOND PREMIUM 
FRANCIS A. OLIVIER 

DISTINGUISHED 

WILLIAM M. WALSH ALBERT J. DANOS 

ERMILO E. ESCALANTE 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 
FRANCIS A. OLIVIER 

SECOND PREMIUM 
CAREY E. McMASTER 

DISTINGUISHED 

ROBERT M. BREARD JOHN B. WOGAN 

D. LAWRENCE AUSTIN 



87 
TRIGONOMETRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

FRANCIS A. OLIVIER 

SECOND PREMIUM 

JOHN B. WOGAN 

DISTINGUISHED 

ANTHONY J. VIZARD FRANCIS L. BARKER 

THOMAS J. BURNS 

HISTORY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

D. LAWRENCE AUSTIN 

. SECOND PREMIUM 

JOHN B. WOGAN 

DISTINGUISHED 

FRANCIS A. OLIVIER ANTHONY J. VIZARD 

LESTER L. BORDELON 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
ERMILO E. ESCALANTE 

SECOND PREMIUM 
PATOUT C. BURGUIERES 

DISTINGUISHED 

LESTER L. BORDELON WILLIAM M. WALSH 

CAREY E. McMASTER 



88 



Poetry 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

CHARLES A. OLIVIER 

SECOND PREMIUM 

JOSEPH T. WAGNER 

DISTINGUISHED 

JAMES R. GARBER LEON J. BLOUIN 

C. HENRY ADAMS SIDNEY J. BOURGEOIS 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

CHARLES A. OLIVIER 

SECOND PREMIUM 

ANTHONY J. TOUART 

DISTINGUISHED 
C. HENRY ADAMS GILBERT A. LE BARON 

JAMES R. GARBER JOSEPH T. WAGNER 

LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 

CHARLES A. OLIVIER 
SECOND PREMIUM 

FRANCIS J. O'ROURKE 

DISTINGUISHED 
ANTHONY J. TOUART GILBERT A. LE BARON 
SAMUEL L. KELLY C. HENRY ADAMS 



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GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 

FRANCIS J. O'ROURKE 

SECOND PREMIUM 

CHARLES A. OLIVIER 

DISTINGUISHED 

ANTHONY J. TOUART JOSEPH T. WAGNER 

GILBERT A. LE BARON JOHN H. RANSDELL 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 
SAMUEL L. KELLY 

SECOND PREMIUM 
JOHN H. RANSDELL 

DISTINGUISHED 

JAMES R. GARBER ANTHONY J. TOUART 
C. HENRY ADAMS CHARLES A. OLIVIER 

GEOMETRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
ROGER D. REID 

SECOND PREMIUM 

CHARLES A. OLIVIER 

* DISTINGUISHED 
C. HENRY ADAMS LEON J. BLOUIN 

SAMUEL L. KELLY ANTHONY J. TOUART 



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HISTORY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

CHARLES A. OLIVIER 

SECOND PREMIUM 
C. HENRY ADAMS 

DISTINGUISHED 

JOSEPH T. WAGNER JAMES R. GARBER 

LEON J. BLOUIN JOHN P. NELSON 

BOOKKEEPING 

FIRST PREMIUM 

C. HENRY ADAMS 

SECOND PREMIUM 

GILBERT A. LE BARON 

DISTINGUISHED 

CHARLES A. OLIVIER JAMES R. GARBER 

ANTHONY J. TOUART DOUGLAS A. WEEMS 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

SAMUEL L. KELLY 

SECOND PREMIUM 

ANTHONY J. TOUART ) 

C. HENRY ADAMS \ ex muo 

DISTINGUISHED 

JAMES R. GARBER LEON J. BLOUIN 
JOHN P. NELSON GILBERT A. LE BARON 



91 



First Academic 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

FRANCIS J. VOORHIES 

SECOND PREMIUM 
RAPHAEL M. BROOKS 

DISTINGUISHED 

GEORGE T. CURRY EDWARD J. LEBEAU 

MAURICE L. NEELY WILLIAM J. CASSIDY 



EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

FRANCIS J. VOORHIES 

SECOND PREMIUM 

GEORGE T. CURRY 

DISTINGUISHED 

PATRICK W. WALSH WILLIAM J. CASSIDY 

ARNOLD BLOCH SIDNEY F. BRAUD 



92 
LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 

GEORGE T. CURRY 

SECOND PREMIUM 

ARNOLD BLOCH 

DISTINGUISHED 

SIDNEY F. BRAUD BERNARDINO F. ALVAREZ 

PATRICK W. WALSH JAMES E. DUGGAN 

GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 

FRANCIS J. VOORHIES 

SECOND PREMIUM 

PATRICK W. WALSH 

DISTINGUISHED 

SIDNEY F. BRAUD GEORGE T. CURRY 

ARNOLD BLOCH HOFFMAN A. DOUGLAS 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

ARNOLD BLOCH 
SECOND PREMIUM 

GEORGE T. CURRY 

DISTINGUISHED 
PHILIP D. BE ALL FRANCIS J. VOORHIES 

PAUL J. TURREGANO EDWARD J. LEBEAU 

ALGEBRA 

FIRST PREMIUM 

GEORGE T. CURRY > 
FRANCIS J. VOORHIES \ ex muo 

SECOND PREMIUM 

SIDNEY F. BRAUD 

DISTINGUISHED 
ARNOLD BLOCH PATRICK W. WALSH 

WILLIAM J. CASSIDY ) 
WILLIAM A. LAWLER \ ex muo 
BERNARDINO F. ALVAREZ 



93 



HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
EDWARD J. LEBEAU 

SECOND PREMIUM 

FRANCIS J. VOORHIES 

DISTINGUISHED 

WILLIAM J. CASSIDY SIDNEY F. BRAUD 

WILLIAM K. NICROSI ARNOLD BLOCH 

BOOKKEEPING 

FIRST PREMIUM 

SIDNEY F. BRAUD ) 
GEORGE T. CURRY j" ex mquo 

SECOND PREMIUM 
WILLIAM A. LAWLER 

DISTINGUISHED 

PATRICK W. WALSH FRANCIS J. VOORHIES 

WILLIAM J. CASSIDY A. CARON BALL 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

JOHN E. O'FLINN 

• 

SECOND PREMIUM 
PHILIP D. BEALL 

DISTINGUISHED 

GEORGE T. CURRY JAMES E. DUGGAN 

FRANCIS J. VOORHIES ARNOLD BLOCH 



94 



Second Academic 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
CHARLES P. BRADY 

SECOND PREMIUM 

JAMES J. McHARDY 

DISTINGUISHED 

CARLING J. SCHATZMAN KARL P. LECHE 
JOHN T. BAUER MAURICE R. GALLIAND 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

JOHN T. BAUER 

SECOND PREMIUM 
KARL P. LECHE 

DISTINGUISHED 

JAMES J. McHARDY CARLING J. SCHATZMAN 
CHARLES P. BRADY ANDREW T. BEARY 

LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 
JOHN T. BAUER 

SECOND PREMIUM 
CHARLES P. BRADY 

DISTINGUISHED 

JAMES J. McHARDY ANDREW T. BEARY 

KARL P. LECHE CARLING J. SCHATZMAN 



95 



GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 

JAMES J. McHARDY 

SECOND PREMIUM 
CARLING J. SCHATZMAN 
DISTINGUISHED 
JOHN T. BAUER CHARLES P. BRADY 

KARL P. LECHE MAURICE R. GALLIAND 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 
W. HENRY KELLY 
SECOND PREMIUM 
CHARLES P. BRADY 
DISTINGUISHED 
MAURICE R. GALLIAND 
JOHN T. BAUER CARLING J. SCHATZMAN 

GEORGE J. BATCHELDER ) 
ANDREW T. BEARY \ ex cequo 

ALGEBRA 

FIRST PREMIUM 

HENRY J. FROHLICHSTEIN 

SECOND PREMIUM 

CHARLES P. BRADY 

DISTINGUISHED 

SHERMAN P. PARDUE JAMES J. McHARDY 

JOHN T. BAUER G. DARWIN SHEPARD 

ARITHMETIC 

FIRST PREMIUM 

JOHN T. BAUER 

SECOND PREMIUM 

CARLING J. SCHATZMAN 

DISTINGUISHED 

CHARLES P. BRADY GEORGE J. BATCHELDER 

JAMES J. McHARDY KARL P. LECHE 



96 
HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

CARLING J. SCHATZMAN 

SECOND PREMIUM 

JOHN T. BAUER 

DISTINGUISHED 

CHARLES P. BRADY JAMES J. McHARDY 

KARL P. LECHE BONA VENTURE RIOS 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

ANDREW T. BEARY 

« 

SECOND PREMIUM 
KARL P. LECHE 

DISTINGUISHED 

GEORGE J. BATCHELDER MAURICE R. GALLIAND 
BONA VENTURE RIOS CARLING J. SCHATZMAN 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 
W. HENRY KELLY 

SECOND PREMIUM 
CHARLES P. BRADY 

DISTINGUISHED 

BONA VENTURE RIOS JOHN T. BAUER 

PHILIP P. PATOUT CARLING J. SCHATZMAN 



97 



Third Academic 

(Section A) 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

SIDNEY C. VOORHIES 

SECOND PREMIUM 

THOMAS C. GRACE 

DISTINGUISHED 

SIMON KLOSKY THOMAS M. McDONOUGH 

WARREN P. DUCOTE LAURENCE ANDREPONT 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
SIDNEY C. VOORHIES 

SECOND PREMIUM 
WARREN P. DUCOTE 

DISTINGUISHED 

FRANCIS A. MEYER LAWRENCE P. ABADIE 

LAURENCE ANDREPONT EDWARD F. VALDES 

LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 

SIDNEY C. VOORHIES 

SECOND PREMIUM 
LUKE A. FAGET 

DISTINGUISHED 
FRANCIS A. MEYER WARREN P. DUCOTE 

LAURENCE ANDREPONT LAWRENCE P. ABADIE 



98 
GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 

SIDNEY C. VOORHIES 

SECOND PREMIUM 

LAURENCE ANDREPONT 

DISTINGUISHED 

WARREN P. bUCOTE LUKE A. FAGET 
LAWRENCE P. ABADIE THOMAS C. GRACE 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

THOMAS C. GRACE 

SECOND PREMIUM 

M. HUMBERT DIAZ 

DISTINGUISHED 

SIDNEY C. VOORHIES LAURENCE ANDREPONT 

SIMON KLOSKY FRANCIS A. MEYER 

ARITHMETIC 

FIRST PREMIUM 

FRANCIS A. MEYER 

SECOND PREMIUM 

THOMAS C. GRACE 

DISTINGUISHED 

SIDNEY C. VOORHIES WARREN P. DUCOTE 
LUKE A. FAGET LAURENCE ANDREPONT 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

SIDNEY C. VOORHIES 

SECOND PREMIUM 

LAURENCE ANDREPONT 

DISTINGUISHED 

THOMAS C. GRACE JOSEPH K. DALY 

M. HUMBERT DIAZ SIMON KLOSKY 



99 
ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
M. HUMBERT DIAZ 

SECOND PREMIUM 

t 

JOSEPH K. DALY 

DISTINGUISHED 

SIMON KLOSKY EDWARD F. VALDES 

THOMAS C. GRACE LUKE A. FAGET 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 
MICHAEL FERNANDEZ 

SECOND PREMIUM 
JOSEPH K. DALY 

DISTINGUISHED 

LUKE A. FAGET FRANCIS A. MEYER 
THOMAS C. GRACE LAURENCE ANDREPONT 



100 



Third Academic 

(Section B) 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

ERNEST A. CLARK 

SECOND PREMIUM 

CHARLES J. HOLLAND 

DISTINGUISHED 

HENRY A. MUNSON JAMES E. COX 

ANTHONY LAVIADA 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

CLARENCE N. TOUART 

SECOND PREMIUM 

JOSEPH T. ALVAREZ 

DISTINGUISHED 

ALBERT J. VILLA VERDE W. CAMERON BYRNE 

RAMIRO CAMARA ) 

ANTHONY LAVIADA \ ex muo 

LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 

CLARENCE N. TOUART 

SECOND PREMIUM 

ANTHONY LAVIADA 

DISTINGUISHED 

HENRY A. MUNSON ALBERT J. VILLAVERDE 

ROMEO M. BALBONTIN 

GREEK 

FIJtST PREMIUM 

CLARENCE N. TOUART 

SECOND PREMIUM 

ANTHONY LAVIADA 

DISTINGUISHED 

W. CAMERON BYRNE CHARLES J. HOLLAND 
HENRY A. MUNSON 



101 



ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

HENRY A. MUNSON 

SECOND PREMIUM 
ANTHONY LaVIAUA 

DISTINGUISHED 

CLARENCE N. TOUART ALBERT J. VILLA VERDE 
ROMEO M. BALBONTIN 

ARITHMETIC 

FIRST PREMIUM 
ALBERT J. VILLA VERDE 

SECOND PREMIUM 

ROMEO M. BALBONTIN 

DISTINGUISHED 

CLARENCE N. TOUART JOSEPH T. ALVAREZ 

ANTHONY LAVIADA i 
HENRY A. MUNSON \ ex wquo 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
ALBERT J. VILLAVERDE 

SECOND PREMIUM 
W. CAMERON BYRNE 

DISTINGUISHED 

HENRY A. MUNSON CLARENCE N. TOUART 

RAMIRO CAMARA 



102 
ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

HENRY A. MUNSON 

SECOND PREMIUM 
JOSEPH T. ALVAREZ 

DISTINGUISHED 

CLARENCE N. TOUART CHARLES J. HOLLAND 

W. CAMERON BYRNE 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 

ANTHONY LAVIADA 

SECOND PREMIUM 

RAMIRO CAMARA 

DISTINGUISHED 

ERNEST A. CLARK JOSEPH M. WALSH 

W. CAMERON BYRNE 



103 



ENGLISH COURSE 



Intermediate 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
HENRY R. KEVLIN 

SECOND PREMIUM 

JOSEPH G. PARSLOW 

DISTINGUISHED 

JOHN E. DEEGAN WILLIAM A. SCHMITT 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
HENRY R. KEVLIN 

SECOND PREMIUM 
WILLIAM A. SCHMITT 

DISTINGUISHED 
PAUL T. LANDRY JOHN E. DEEGAN 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

WILLIAM A. SCHMITT 

SECOND PREMIUM 
HENRY R. KEVLIN 

DISTINGUISHED 
JOHN E. DEEGAN C. WALLACE KEVLIN 



104 



TRIGONOMETRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

SIDNEY B. SIMON 

SECOND PREMIUM 

HENRY R. KEVLIN 

DISTINGUISHED 

WILLIAM A. SCHMITT C. WALLACE KEVLIN 

CHEMISTRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

WILLIAM A. SCHMITT 

SECOND PREMIUM 

PAUL T. LANDRY J 

C. WALLACE KEVLIN \ ex mquo 

DISTINGUISHED 

JOHN E. DEEGAN HENRY R. KEVLIN 

HISTORY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

HENRY R. KEVLIN 

SECOND PREMIUM 

WILLIAM A. SCHMITT 

DISTINGUISHED 

JOHN E. DEEGAN 
C. WALLACE KEVLIN ) 
SIDNEY B. SIMON \ ex mu0 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
HENRY R. KEVLIN 

SECOND PREMIUM 

C. WALLACE KEVLIN 

DISTINGUISHED 

PAUL T. LANDRY VINCENT J. VILA 



105 



First English 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

LOUIS R. MORESI 

SECOND PREMIUM 

JOHN J. BROWN 

DISTINGUISHED 
AUGUSTUS C. ST. DENIS WILLIAM F. DUGAN 
OSWELL P. PATOUT FREDERICK P. CHALIN 

FREDERICK D. PARSLOW CHARLES M. THOMPSON 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

LOUIS R. MORESI 

SECOND PREMIUM 
CHARLES R. SCHIMPF 

DISTINGUISHED 

HENRY W. GARLAND OSWELL P. PATOUT 

CHARLES M. THOMPSON HUGO V. EICHOLD 
JOHN J. BROWN PERCY B. WALKER 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 
JAMES J. DUPAS 

SECOND PREMIUM 

JOHN J. BROWN 

DISTINGUISHED 
T. SEMMES WALMSLEY HUGO V. EICHOLD 
BURGUIERES E. BROWN CHARLES M. THOMPSON 
WILLIAM DES-PREZ HENRY W. GARLAND 



106 



GEOMETRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

LOUIS R. MORESI ) 

T. SEMMES WALMSLEY \ ex muo 
SECOND PREMIUM 
PERCY B. WALKER 

DISTINGUISHED 

CHARLES M. THOMPSON WILLIAM DES-PREZ 
OSWELL P. PATOUT HUGO V. EICHOLD 

FREDERICK P. CHALIN HENRY W. GARLAND 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

FREDERICK D. PARSLOW 
SECOND PREMIUM 

JOHN J. BROWN 

DISTINGUISHED 
LOUIS R. MORESI OSWELL P. PATOUT 

HUGO V. EICHOLD CHARLES M. THOMPSON 

HENRY W. GARLAND FREDERICK P. CHALIN 

BOOKKEEPING 

FIRST PREMIUM 

LOUIS R. MORESI 

SECOND PREMIUM 
CHARLES R. SCHIMPF 

DISTINGUISHED 
FREDERICK D. PARSLOW FREDERICK P. CHALIN 
WILLIAM F. DUGAN THOMAS J. KELLY 

OSWELL P. PATOUT WILLLIAM DES-PREZ 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

OSWELL P. PATOUT 

SECOND PREMIUM 

AUGUSTUS C. ST. DENIS 

DISTINGUISHED 

T. SEMMES WALMSLEY GEORGE J. BURVANT 
CHARLES R. SCHIMPF CLAUDE L. CHAPPIUS 

HENRY W. GARLAND HUGO V. EICHOLD 



107 

Second English 






CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

ROBERT E. BUDD 

SECOND PREMIUM 

EDWARD C. WAGNER 

DISTINGUISHED 

LEONOE J. JUMONVILLE THOMAS M. O'CONNOR 
EDWARD J. KEVLIN H. ALVIN O'CONNELL 

ALPHONSUS PINKUS 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

CLIFFE E. LABORDE 

SECOND PREMIUM 

EDWARD J. KEVLIN 

DISTINGUISHED 
ALBERT J. HAHN H. BARCLAY LABORDE 

ROBERT E. BUDD WILLIAM L. MOORE 

THOMAS M. O'CONNOR 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

H. ALVIN O'CONNELL 

SECOND PREMIUM 

EDWARD J. KEVLIN 

DISTINGUISHED 

ALBERT J. HAHN EDWARD C. WAGNER 

LEONCE J. JUMONVILLE C. LEO RICHARD 

W. HOMER KING 



108 



ALGEBRA 

FIRST PREMIUM 

LOUIS V. GUERRA 

SECOND PREMIUM 
H. ALVIN O'CONNELL 

DISTINGUISHED 

MANUEL MEDINA PIO CENTENO 

EDWARD J. KEVLIN ALBERT J. HAHN 

CLIFFE E. LABORDE 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

THOMAS M. O'CONNOR 

SECOND PREMIUM 
MANUEL MEDINA 

DISTINGUISHED 
CLIFFE E. LABORDE ALBERT J. HAHN 

H. BARCLAY LABORDE H. ALVIN O'CONNELL 

WILLIAM L. MOORE 

BOOKKEEPING 

FIRST PREMIUM 

H. ALVIN CONNELL 

SECOND PREMIUM 

PIO CENTENO 

DISTINGUISHED 
ROBERT E. BUDD ALBERT J. HAHN 

CLIFFE E. LABORDE LEONCE J. JUMONVILLE 

ALPHONSUS PINKUS 



109 
ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

LOUIS V. GUERRA 

SECOND PREMIUM 

HUGH T. JONES 

DISTINGUISHED 

CLIFFE E. LABORDE C. LEO RICHARD 

H. ALVIN O'CONNELL JOHN J. MONAHAN 

EDWARD J. KEVLIN 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 

PIO CENTENO 

SECOND PREMIUM 

ROBERT E. BUDD 

DISTINGUISHED 

JOHN MOREDA H. ALVIN O'CONNELL 

THOMAS M. O'CONNOR WILLIAM L. MOORE 

ALPHONSUS PINKUS 



110 



Third English 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
JULIUS C. DE LOS OLIVOS 

SECOND PREMIUM 
CLARENCE L. BLACK 

DISTINGUISHED 
LOUIS NELSON ROBERT LEE DRAGO 

WILLIAM B. CHRIST EDWARD PONCE 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

LOUIS NELSON 

SECOND PREMIUM 

ANDREW DOSSMANN 

DISTINGUISHED 

GEORGE S. IRVING MARTIN BORDELON 

WILLIAM B. CHRIST JULIUS C. DE LOS OLIVOS 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

CLARENCE L. BLACK 

SECOND PREMIUM 
ROBERT LEE DRAGO 

DISTINGUISHED 

ANDREW DOSSMANN JULIUS C. DE LOS OLIVOS 

ALBERT C. BIRD MARTIN BORDELON 



Ill 



ARITHMETIC 

FIRST PREMIUM 
ROBERT LEE DRAGO 

SECOND PREMIUM 

LOUIS NELSON 

DISTINGUISHED 

JULIUS C. DE LOS OLIVOS 
MARTIN BORDELON EDWARD PONCE 

ANDREW DOSSMANN j 
CLARENCE L. BLACK \ ex ^ uo 



HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
CLARENCE L. BLACK 

SECOND PREMIUM 
ROBERT LEE DRAGO 

DISTINGUISHED 
LOUIS NELSON JULIUS C. DE LOS OLIVOS 

ANDREW DOSSMANN GEORGE S. IRVING 



SPELLING 

FIRST PREMIUM 
M. FOSTER BUDD 



SECOND PREMIUM 

CLARENCE L. BLACK 



ROBERT LEE DRAGO JASPER J. CONCANNON 



112 



ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

CLARENCE L. BLACK 

SECOND PREMIUM 

DANIEL B. McNAMARA 

DISTINGUISHED 

JOSEPH MURRAY ROBERT LEE DRAGO 

M. FOSTER BUDD C. STAPLETON GALLAGHER 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 

JULIUS C. DE LOS OLIVOS 

SECOND PREMIUM 
MARTIN BORDELON 

DISTINGUISHED 

C. STAPLETON GALLAGHER CLARENCE L. BLACK 
DANIEL B. McNAMARA JOSEPH MURRAY 



113 



Preparatory Course 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

NORMAN A. McHARDY 
SECOND PREMIUM 

GEORGE W. DUBUISSON 

DISTINGUISHED 

RICHARD J. DUCOTE GUY J. CHAPPUIS 

FELIX J. D'ALBOR LEOPOLD F. VALDES 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

FELIX J. D'ALBOR 

SECOND PREMIUM 
NOR1MLAN A. McHARDY 

DISTINGUISHED 

GUY J. CHAPPUIS CLIFFORD A. ADOUE 

GEORGE W. DUBUISSON RICHARD J. DUCOTE 

ENGLISH GRAMMAR 

FIRST PREMIUM 
RICHARD J. DUCOTE 

SECOND PREMIUM 

FELIX J. D'ALBOR 

DISTINGUISHED 

GUY J. CHAPPUIS GEORGE W. DUBUISSON 

JOSEPH A. BERTHELOT CLIFFORD A. ADOUE 



114 
ARITHMETIC 

FIRST PREMIUM 

NORMAN A. McHA^DY 
LEOPOLD F. VALDES 

SECOND PREMIUM 
RICHARD J. DUCOTE 

DISTINGUISHED 

GUY J. CHAPPUIS J. PERCY C. HAMILTON 

JOSEPH A. BERTHELOT FELIX J. D'ALBOR 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

LEOPOLD F. VALDES 

SECOND PREMIUM 

GUY J. CHAPPUIS 

DISTINGUISHED 

GEORGE W. DUBUISSON RAYMOND H. HARRIGAN 
NORMAN A. McHARDY FELIX J. D'ALBOR 

SPELLING 

FIRST PREMIUM 

JOSEPH A. BERTHELOT 

SECOND PREMIUM 

CLIFFORD A. ADOUE 

DISTINGUISHED 

RICHARD J. DUCOTE GUY J. CHAPPUIS 

,T. PERCY C. HAMILTON FELIX J. D'ALBOR 



115 



ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

JOSEPH A. BERTHELOT 

SECOND PREMIUM 
J. PERCY C. HAMILTON 

DISTINGUISHED 

GEORGE W. DUBUISSON RAYMOND H. HARRIGAN 
GUY J. CHAPPUIS NORMAN A. McHARDY 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 

FELIX D'ALBOR 

SECOND PREMIUM 
RICHARD J. DUCOTE 

DISTINGUISHED 

NORMAN A. McHARDY J. PERCY C. HAMILTON 
CLIFFORD A. ADOUE ST. MARK SHEPARD 



116 



MODERN LANGUAGES 



French 



FIRST CLASS 

PREMIUM 

CHARLES A. OLIVIER 

DISTINGUISHED 

JAMES J. DUPAS 
SECOND CLASS 

PREMIUM 

D'HAMECOURT FOSSIER 
HENRY R. KEVLIN \ FRANCIS A. MEYER 




XSTIMQVISHE^ 



117 



Spanish 



FIRST CLASS 

PREMIUM 

GILBERT A. LE BARON 

DISTINGUISHED 

SAMUEL L. KELLY 
SECOND CLASS 

FIRST PREMIUM 
D. LAWRENCE AUSTIN 

SECOND PREMIUM 
FRANCIS A. OLIVIER 

DISTINGUISHED 
HENRY A. MUNSON SIDNEY F. BRAUD 



118 

Stenography 



Section A 

PREMIUM 

THOMAS M. O'CONNOR 

DISTINGUISHED 
ANTHONY J. TOUART PHILIP D. BEALL 

Sectin B 

PREMIUM 

LOUIS V. GUERRA 

DISTINGUISHED 
M. HUMBERT DIAZ EDWARD C. WAGNER 



Typewriting 

Section A 

PREMIUM 

NICHOLAS L. VICKERS 

DISTINGUISHED 

SIDNEY J. BOURGEOIS DUGGAN A. NEELY 

Section B 

premium 

THOMAS M. O'CONNOR 

DISTINGUISHED 

PIO CENTENO JOHN MOREDA 

PHILIP D. BEALL ANTHONY LAVIADA 

SHERMAN P. PARDUE 




NEW CHAPEL "Photos M>/. Duggan and R. Harr 

1. View from the Park; 2. Breaking the Ground; 3. Interior View 



119 



Drawing 



ARCHITECTURAL 

PREMIUM 

DOUGLAS A. WEEMS 

DISTINGUISHED 

CHARLES R. SCHIMPF JOHN T. BAUER 

MECHANICAL 

PREMIUM 
CAREY E. McMASTER 

DISTINGUISHED 

LOUIS R. MORESI WILLIAM DES-PREZ 

CLARENCE N. TOUART 

ORNAMENTAL 

PREMIUM 
GEORGE J. BACHELDER 

ENGINEERING 

PREMIUM 

FRANCIS L. BARKER 

DISTINGUISHED 

RAMON O. LARREA 



120 

Music 

PIANO 

Division A 

PREMIUM 
SIDNEY B. SIMON 

DISTINGUISHED 

J. LAWRENCE LAVRETTA JOHN J. BROWN 

BERNARDINO F. ALVAREZ ANDREW T. BEARY 

M. HUMBERT DIAZ 

Division B 

premium 

ROMEO M. BALBONTIN 

DISTINGUISHED 

CLARENCE N. TOUART LEOPOLD F. VALDES 

CHARLES M. THOMPSON WILLIAM E. BARKER 
RAPHAEL M. BROOKS 

VIOLIN 

Division A 

premium 

THOMAS J. BURNS 

DISTINGUISHED 

JOHN E. TOOMEY ROBERT LEE DRAGO 

MANUEL MEDINA CHARLES R. SCHIMPF 

CARLOS E. FREDERIC 

Division B 

premium 

ANTHONY J. TOUART 

DISTINGUISHED 

richard j. ducote louis nelson 
henry w. garland w. charles roycroft 
john a. mcafee guy j. chappuis 



121 

FLUTE 

Division A 

PREMIUM 
HINTON A. TOUART 

DISTINGUISHED 
DANIEL J. ORY JOHN E. DEEGAN 

ALBERT P. GARLAND KARL P. LECHE 

Division B 

premium 
NICHOLAS L. VICKERS 

distinguished 
EDWARD F. VALDES HERMES A. FREDERIC 

CORNET 

premium 
GEORGE A. LASSEIGNE 

distinguished 
FRANCIS A. MEYER ALBERT J. HAHN 

LEONCE J. JUMONVILLE JOSEPH T. WAGNER 

JOHN P. VIGUERIE 

MANDOLIN 

premium 
R. KENNETH ROUNDS 

DISTINGUISHED 

PATOUT C. BURGUIERES WILLIAM DES-PREZ 

CLARINET 

PREMIUM 
EDWIN L. MEYER 



122 



Premiums 



FOR 



Four or More Distinctions 



WILLIAM M. WALSH 
LEON J. BLOUIN 
JAMES R. GARBER 
WILLIAM J. CASSIDY 
MAURICE R. GALLIAND 
SIMON KLOSKY 
JOHN E. DEEGAN 
FREDERICK P. CHALIN 
WILLIAM DES-PREZ 
HUGO V. EICHOLD 
HENRY W. GARLAND 
CHARLES M. THOMPSON 
ALBERT J. HAHN 
LEONCE J. JUMONVILLE 



123 

Acknowledgments 



THE PRESIDENT AND FACULTY WISH TO EXPRESS 

THEIR GRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT FOR 

FAVORS RECEIVED FROM 

THE RIGHT REVEREND BISHOP AND THE REVER- 
END CLERGY OF THE DIOCESE OF MOBILE 
Very Rev. C. T. O'CALLAGHAN, D. D., V. G., Mobile, Ala. 
REV. EDWARD KIR WIN, D. D., Mobile, Ala. 
REV. DIONYSIUS SAVAGE, D. D., Montgomery, Ala. 
REV. JOHN W. DUNN, Mobile, Ala. 
MAJOR P. C. HANNAN, Mobile, Ala. 
PROF. PAUL C. BOUDOUSQUIE, Mobile, Ala. 
DR. C. P. ROBINSON, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. DELIO MORENO CANTON, Merida, Mex. 
DR. W. E. BARKER, Plaquemine, 
MR. E. E. RICHARD, Mobile, Ala. 
DR. C. K. ROE, Spring Hill, Ala. 
MR. JOHN BAUER, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. H. lOEBE^-^ew^ork^- ~ 

MR. GASTON NEUBRIK, Mobile, Ala. X 

MR. EMIL G. MAXON, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. I. JaCOBSON, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. S. J. HAHN, Mobile, Ala. 

MRS. MARY E. WALKER, Lake Charles, La. 

MISS J. HA WES, Mobile, Ala. 

MRS. EMMA LAVRETTA, Mobile, Ala. 

MRS. M. S. HOLLAND, New Orleans, La. 

MRS. P. F. KELLIHER, Tampa, Fla. 

MRS. P. J. TURREGANO, Alexandria, La. 

MRS. S. FOSSIER, New Orleans, La. 

MRS. G. J. BURVANT, New Orleans, La. 

THE PRESS OF MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS 

THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 

THE DONORS OF MEDALS 

THE CONTRIBUTORS TO THE ALUMNI HALL 



124 

THE ALUMNI HALL 



CIRCULAR LETTER 

During the course of the year the subjoined circular 
letter was addressed to many of the alumni and friends of 
Spring Hill College. It is here published to bring and keep 
before their minds the praiseworthy object to which they are 
kindly requested to lend a helping hand. Now, more so than 
ever, the Alumni Hall has become an imperative need. 

In June, 1905, at the celebration of the Diamond Jubilee (seventy- 
fifth year) of Spring Hill, it was unanimously resolved by a number 
of the alumni assembled at the College — 

(1) To commemorate the historic event by the erection of an Al- 
umni Hall to be devoted to whatever purpose the growing needs of the 
College might demand. 

(2) To request as many alumni and other friends of the College 
as possible to subscribe to the requisite fund. 

(3) To solicit donations amounting to $100 or more. 

In accordance with this resolution and animated with the desire 
of promoting solid education in the Southland, some alumni and 
friends have already come forward and contributed to the fund. We 
now submit this appeal to your kind consideration, trusting that with 
your generous assistance we may in the near future make a beginning 
of this labor of love for old Spring Hill. 



LA US DEO SEMPER 



Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam 



Catalogue 

OF 

Spring Hill College 

(ST. JOSEPH'S) 

NEAR 

Mobile, Ala. 

1907-1908 



MOBILE 

J. E. Duval & Co., Linotype Printer. 

1908 



INDEX 

THE CHARTER OF THE COLLEGE. , 3 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES : 7 

OFFICERS AND FACULTY . . 8 

PROSPECTUS 11 

HISTORICAL STATEMENT 11 

SITE AND GROUNDS 11 

GENERAL EQUIPMENT 12 

METHOD OF DIRECTION 13 

RELIGIOUS TRAINING 13 

SYSTEM OF EDUCATION 13 

COURSES OF STUDIES , 14 

DEGREES , 15 

EXTRA COURSES 15 

ADMISSION 15 

EXAMINATIONS AND PROMOTIONS 15 

REPORTS 16 

REASONS FOR DISMISSAL 16 

SPECIAL REGULATIONS 17 

A STUDENT'S WARDROBE 17 

VISITING REGULATIONS 17 

GENERAL CHARGES 18 

SPECIAL CHARGES 18 

IMPORTANT REMARKS 19 

GENERAL ORDER OF CLASS DAYS 20 

STUDIES OF THE POST-GRADUATE COURSE. ... 21 

STUDIES OF THE CLASSICAL COURSE 22 

STUDIES OF THE ENGLISH COURSE 27 

STUDIES OF THE PREPARATORY COURSE 28 

THESES PROPUGNANDAE AD GRADUM A. B 31 

PROBLEMS— SCIENCE MEDAL 35 

LIST OF STUDENTS 36 

CLASS ROLL 43 

SOCIETIES 48 

ROLL OF HONOR 59 

PROGRAM OF COMMENCEMENT 63 

DEGREES CONFERRED 66 

PROGRAM OF ELOCUTION CONTEST 70 

AWARD OF MEDALS 71 

DISTRIBUTION OF PREMIUMS 91 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 126 

THE ALUMNI HALL— CIRCULAR LETTER 137 



mi mmswt w mi mum 

(Acts of Alabama 1836, p. 136) 



AN ACT 

To incorporate the Spring Hill College in the County 

of Mobile. 

Sec.' i. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of 
Representatives of the State of Alabama in General 
Assembly convened, That Michael Portier, Mathias 
Loras, John Bazin, Peter Mauvernay ', Gabriel Chalon, 
and their associates, be, and the same are hereby in- 
corporated and constituted a body politic and coi'porate, 
in deed and in law, by the name of " The President and 
Trustees of the Spring Hill College in the County of 
Mobile;" and by that name, they and their successors 
shall and may have perpetual succession, and be able and 
capable in law to sue and be sued, plead - and be im- 
pleaded; and further, shall be able to have, hold and 
enjoy, to them and their successors, lands, tenements and 
hereditaments of any kind or value, in fee, or for life, 
and personal property of any kind whatever, and also 
all sums of money of any amount whatsoever that may 
be granted or bequeathed to them for the purpose of pro- 
moting the interests and utility of the Spring Hill 
College. 

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the President 
and Trustees of the Spring Hill College, in the county 
of Mobile, shall and 7nay have a common seal for the 
transaction of the business of themselves and their 



successors, with liberty to change or alter the same from 
time to time, as they shall think proper, and by their 
aforesaid name they and their successors shall and may 
be able in laiv to grant, bargai?i, sell or assign, any 
lands, tenements or hereditaments, or any goods or 
chattels, in such manner as they may deem necessary, and 
to act and do all things whatsoever for the benefit of the 
said institution, in as ample a manner as any person or 
body politic or corporate can or may do by law. 

Sec. j. And be it further efiacted, That there shall be 
a President, who shall have the superintendence, of the 
college, and a board of professors, who shall be styled 
" The President and Faculty of the Spring Hill College;" 
which board shall consist of the President, a Professor of 
Divinity and Mental Philosophy ; a Professor of Chem- 
istry and Natural Philosophy; a Professor of Mathe- 
matics', a Professor of Ancient Languages', and a Pro- 
fessor of Modern Languages; and said Faculty shall 
have the power of enforcing the ordinances and by-laws 
adopted by the Trustees of said College, for the govern- 
ment of the pupils, by rewarding or censuring them, and 
finally by suspending or dismissing such of them, as after 
repeated admonitions shall continue disobedient or re- 
fractory. 

Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That no misnomer 
of "The President and Trustees of the Spring Hill 
College in the County of Mobile" shall defeat or annul 
any gift, grant, devise or bequest to the same: — Provided, 
the true intent and meaning of the grantor or devisor 
shall sufficiently appear upon the face of the gift, grant, 
will or other writing, whereby any estate or interest was 



intended to be passed to " The President and Trustees of 
the Spring Hill College in the County of Mobile" 

Sec. 5 And be it further enacted, That no person 
shall be excluded from any liberty, immunity ', office, or 
situatio7i in said College, on account of his religious per- 
suasion: Provided, he demean himself in a discreet, sober, 
peaceable, and orderly manner, and conform to the rules 
and regitlations thereof. 

Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That "The Presi- 
dent and Faculty f or so many of them as shall be fixed 
on by their by-laws, as aforesaid, shall have full power 
to grant, or confer such degree or degrees in the arts 
and sciences, or in any art or science, to any of the stu- 
dents of the said Spring Hill college, or to any other 
person, by them deemed worthy of such collegiate distinc- 
tion, as are usually granted and conferred by other 
seminaries of learning in the United States, and to give 
diplomas or certificates thereof, signed by them, and 
sealed zvith the common seal of " The President and 
Trustees of the Spring Hill College in the County of 
Mobile" to authenticate and perpetuate the memory of 
such graduation, or conference of such honorary distinc- 
tion. 

Sec. j. And be it further enacted, That "The Presi- 
dent and Trustees of the Spring Hill College in the Coun- 
ty of Mobile," shall have power to establish such by-laws 
as they may deem necessary and proper, and to fill vacan- 
cies in their own board, in such manner as /hey may 
prescribe: Provided, that nothing in said by-laws con- 
tained shall be repugnant to the constitution and laws of 
this State, or to the constitution and laws of the United 
States. 

Approved, fan. o, /cVj<5. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



REV. FRANCIS X. TWELLMEYER, S. J. 

PRESIDENT 

REV. CHARLES D. BARLAND, S. J. 

rev. james j. Mclaughlin, s. j. 

REV. AUGUSTINE J. HUGH, S. J. 
REV. THEOBALD W. BUTLER, S. J. 



The Corporate Title of the College is: The President 
and Trustees of the Spring Hill College in the County of Mo- 
bile, Ala. 



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OFFICERS AND FACULTY 



REV. FRANCIS X. TWELLMEYER, S. J. 

PRESIDENT 

v REV. CHARLES D. BARLAND, S. J. 

VICE-PRESIDENT 
Prefect of Studies and Discipline 

i rev. james j. Mclaughlin, s. j. 

SECRETARY 

^REV. AUGUSTINE J. HUGH, S. J. 

TREASURER 

yREV. THEOBALD W. BUTLER, S. J. 

CHAPLAIN 

^REV. AMADEUS GUYOL, S. J. 

LIBRARIAN 

Professor of Latin, Greek and English of the Junior Class 

REV. CYRIL RUHLMANN, S. J. 
Assistant Secretary and Instructor in Typewriting 

x REV. OSCAR WOCET, S. J. 
Assistant Treasurer, Instructor in French and Prefect 

REV. ALEXIS DE STOCKALPER, S. J. 
Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy and the Evidences 
of Religion of the Senior Class and Instructor 
in French 

REV. THOMAS E. STRITCH, S. J. 

Professor of Mechanics, Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy and 

Higher Mathematics 



^REV. EMMANUEL C. DE LA MORINIERE, S. J. 

Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy and English 
Literature of the Superior Class. 

u REV. PETER J. PHILIPPE, S. J. 
Professor of Mathematics of the Superior Class and Prefect 

^ MR. FLORENCE D. SULLIVAN, S. J. 
Professor of Mathematics of the Junior Class and Prefect 

/REV. EDWARD I. FAZAKERLEY, S. J. 
Professor of Latin, Greek and English of the Sophomore Class 

uREV. PATRICK CRONIN, S. J. 
Professor of Mathematics of the Sophomore Class and Prefect 

i/MR. JOSEPH C. KEARNS, S. J. 
Professor of the Freshman Class 

^REV. AMATUS J. SNEBELEN, S. J. 
Teacher of the First Academic Class and Instructor in German 

MR. TIMOTHY A. CRONIN, S. J. 
Teacher of the Second Academic Class, Section A 

\/MR. ALOYSIUS BURK, S. J. 
Teacher of the Second Academic Class, Section B 

l/MR. WILLIAM F. OBERING, S. J. 
Teacher of the Third Academic Class and Instructor in Sten- 
ography and Spanish 

^REV. JOSEPH O'REILLY, S. J. 
Professor of the Intermediate Class and Instructor in 
Bookkeeping 

u/ftEV. JAMES J. O'BRIEN, S. J. 
Professor of the First English Class 



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VMR. CHARLES A. KING, S. J. 
Professor of Mathematics of the First English Class and 

Prefect 

air. Terence's, king, s. j. 

Teacher of the Second English Class 

U Mr. JOHN J. HAVERKAMP, S, J. 
Teacher of the Third English Class 

rev. alexis c Mclaughlin, s. j. 

Teacher of Preparatory and Instructor in French 

■ Mr. JEROME HIGGINS, S. J. 
Teacher of Preparatory and Prefect 

^REV. PAUL FAGET, S. J. 
Teacher of Special English and Instructor in Spanish 

MR. CORNELIUS B. LEEUWE, S. J. 
Instructor in Latin, Greek and French 

AUGUST J. STAUB, Mus. D. 
ANGELO J. SUFFICH, Mus. B. 
Professors of Music 

PAUL C. BOUDOUSQUIE, A. M., B. F. A. 
Professor of Drawing 

WILLIAM M. MASTIN, M. D., LL. D. 
Attending Physician 

EMIL G. MAXON 
Athletic Director 



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Prospectus 



HISTORICAL STATEMENT 

jgj» PRING HILL COLLEGE enjoys the distinction of be- 
rf* ing one of the first institutions of higher education 

established in the South. It was founded in the year 1830 
by the Right Reverend Michael Portier, D. D., the first 
Bishop of Mobile. Six years later the Legislature of Ala- 
bama incorporated it as a college with all the rights and privi- 
leges of a university, and on the 29th of August, 1840, the 
Sovereign Pontiff, Gregory XVI, empowered it to grant de- 
grees in philosophy and theology. In 1847 the management 
of. the College was entrusted to the Society of Jesus, whose 
members have ever since labored to make it a leading centre 
of learning in the country. On the night of February 4th, 
1869, it was burned to the ground ; but was immediately re- 
built, and reopened the following December. The year 1905 
witnessed the celebration of the Diamond Jubilee, or the sev- 
enty-fifth anniversary of the foundation of the College. Since 
its inception it has sent forth hundreds of students who have 
achieved prominence in business and professional circles 
throughout the land. 

SITE AND GROUNDS 

The College is picturesquely situated five miles from Mo- 
bile, on an elevation one hundred and fifty feet above sea 
level. From the Bay of Mobile and the Gulf of Mexico, it 
enjoys a constantly refreshing breeze, which renders its loca- 
tion both agreeable and healthy. 

Moreover, long experience has proved that, owing to its 
altitude and to the invigorating influence of its resinous pines 
upon the surrounding atmosphere, the College is entirely ex- 
empt from those diseases which prevail at certain seasons in 



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the South. In fact, very eminent physicians, well acquainted 
with our American colleges, have declared Spring Hill pre- 
eminently desirable for students on account of its climatic 
advantages and perfect hygienic arrangements. 

The extensive grounds are artistically laid out and 
adorned with numerous walks and an almost endless variety 
of flowers, shrubs and trees. A deer park, delightful sum- 
mer houses and graceful statues of Carrara marble lend an 
added charm to the landscape. 

The College is easy of access from the city of Mobile by 
electric cars, which run direct from the post office to the Hill. 

GENERAL EQUIPMENT 

The College buildings are fitted up with first-class san- 
itary appointments and are heated by steam and lighted by 
electricity. 

Outside of study and recitation hours, the students enjoy 
the use of a library containing thousands of volumes of the 
choicest English literature. 

A spacious gymnasium, complete in every detail of mod- 
ern equipment, a large campus for baseball and football and 
an oval shell-bed mile track, leave nothing to be desired by 
the lovers of athletic sports. 

A never failing spring at the foot of the hill furnishes an 
abundant and lasting supply of water to a beautiful lake, 
where the students may, during the warm seasons, safely en- 
joy the beneficial exercise of swimming. 

During the winter months, a recently erected natatorium, 
elegantly finished within in marble and ornamental tiles, with 
its porcelain-lined pool, 60x30x4 to 7 feet, affords unequalled 
bathing facilities. The pool is supplied with both hot and 
cold water. There are also shower and needle baths. 

For students who should in any way become indisposed, 
there is a building set apart with neatly furnished rooms and 
a well stocked pharmacy in charge of a competent infirma- 
rian. He in turn is under the direct supervision of one of 
Mobile's ablest physicians, who visits the College at regular 
intervals. ' 



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METHOD OF DIRECTION 

The directors of the College are members of the Society 
of Jesus, which, from its origin, has devoted itself to the edu- 
cation of youth. They endeavor to show themselves deserv- 
ing of the confidence reposed in them by evincing on all occa- 
sions a paternal solicitude for the health and comfort of those 
entrusted to their charge, by sparing no pains to promote 
their advancement, and by keeping a careful and active watch 
over their conduct. The exercise of their authority is mild, 
but not remiss, in enforcing that strict discipline and good 
order so essential to the proper education of both niind and 
heart. By this two-fold education they exert all their ener- 
gies not only to adorn the minds of their pupils with useful 
knowledge, but also to instil into their hearts solid virtue and 
a practical love of the duties which they will have to dis- 
charge in after life. 

RELIGIOUS TRAINING 

As without religion and morality, this complete and 
harmonious development is impossible, special attention is 
paid to religious instruction. Christian Doctrine is one of 
the prescribed studies, and besides, lectures on it are given 
once a week. The Catholic students are required to attend 
regularly to their religious duties. Sodalities and other as- 
sociations are also provided for the fostering of piety among 
them. 

The College is under Catholic direction. However, non- 
Catholic students are also admitted, provided that, for the 
sake of uniformity, they consent to be present at the public 
exercises of worship. 

SYSTEM OF EDUCATION 

The system carried out at Spring Hill is one which has 
stood the test of centuries and has made the Jesuits renowned 
in the history of education. It is a system which meets not 
only the wants but also the progress of society. Hence while 



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it adopts no novel or untried methods, yet, without change in 
its essential principles, it modifies and adapts itself to the ad- 
vances which it has been so potent in bringing about. 

COURSES OF STUDIES 

The plan of studies is established on a large scale and 
includes three courses, namely, the Preparatory, the English 
and the Classical. 

I. The Preparatory Course embraces Spelling, Penman- 
ship, the elements of English Grammar, History, Geography, 
Arithmetic and Christian Doctrine. It fits younger students 
for a class in either the English or the Classical Course. 

II. The English Course is arranged to impart a complete 
and systematic education. Its schedule of studies includes 
the common school branches, the Evidences of Religion, prac- 
tical Bookkeeping, Literature, Mathematics, the Sciences and 
Philosophy. 

III. The Classical Course, while possessing all the ad- 
vantages of the English Course, is more thorough and com- 
prehensive in its scope. It educates in the truest sense of the 
word and makes in the highest degree for mental culture, 
scholarship and the formation of character. This course in 
its early stages likewise embraces the common school 
branches together with a graded system of practical Book- 
keeping. Moreover, the Latin and Greek classics are taught 
at length, not alone for the intellectual training and culture 
they impart, but also for the valuable aid they lend toward 
the mastery of English. Side by side with these three lan- 
guages and their rich and varied literatures are studied the 
Evidences of Religion, the lower and higher Mathematics, the 
Natural Sciences and Mental and Moral Philosophy, thus 
rounding of! a finished and advanced college curriculum. 

The aim of these courses is not fully to equip students 
for either a business or a professional career. It is to develop 
their faculties, to train both intellect and will. It is to form 
habits of close application, strict attention and constant in- 
dustry — habits which ought to be the basis of every career in 
life. 



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DEGREES 

Upon the completion of the English Course, the degree of 
Bachelor of Science is conferred upon candidates who have 
passed successful examinations in each of the particular 
studies prescribed for this course. • 

Upon the completion of the Classical Course, the degree 
of Bachelor of Arts is conferred upon candidates who have 
passed successful examinations in each of the particular 
studies prescribed for this course. 

A second year of Philosophy at the College (the Post- 
Graduate Course) attended with success, a two years' study 
of a learned profession, or a recognized standing in 
such a profession, will entitle applicants to the degree of 
Master of Arts. The College, being endowed with the rights 
and privileges of a university, can grant all the other univer- 
sity degrees, both honorary and in course. 

EXTRA COURSES 

Courses in Architectural, Mechanical and Ornamental 
Drawing, Vocal and Instrumental Music, Stenography and 
Typewriting are given at charges specified further on. 

The French, Spanish and German languages are optional 
and are taught without extra charge. 

ADMISSION 

The age of admission is, in general, from ten to fifteen 
years. It is required that applicants for admission be able to 
read and write and have some knowledge of Grammar and 
Arithmetic. 

Any one coming from another school or college must ex- 
hibit satisfactory testimonials from the directors of the same, 
and submit to an examination, the result of which will deter- 
mine in what class he is to be enrolled. 

EXAMINATIONS AND PROMOTIONS 
The school year, which begins in September and ends in 



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June, is divided into two terms : the first term begins in Sep- 
tember, the second in February. 

Each month there are written examinations in all the dif- 
ferent branches of study ; and twice a year, in February and 
in June, oral examinations are held. The average of this 
triple examination determines whether or not a student is to 
be promoted. This average, therefore, is made up of the re- 
sults of — (1) the monthly written examinations combined; 
(2) the oral examination in February; (3) the oral examina- 
tion in June. 

No student will be promoted at the beginning of the 
school year unless he shall have attained pass marks in ac- 
cordance with this system. 

No promotion will take place during the course of the 
year except in the case of uncommon talent and diligence. 

REPORTS 

Towards the end of each term reports are sent to parents 
or guardians. These reports state each student's condition of 
health, conduct, monthly standing in class and the result of 
his semi-annual examination. They also indicate his general 
diligence and his progress in study. 

Moreover, every month marks of merit and demerit are 
publicly proclaimed and cards distributed for excellence 'in 
conduct, diligence and success in study. Parents should in- 
sist that these testimonials, which are likewise reports for 
each month, be sent home regularly, and that a satisfactory 
reason be ^iven by their sons should they fail to do so. 

REASONS FOR DISMISSAL 

The students are expected to be guided at all times by 
principles of Christian morality and gentlemanly honor. 
Grave offences against these principles cannot be tolerated ; 
hence, impiety, immorality of. any kind, intemperance, serious 
insubordination or incorrigible laziness is visited by summary 
dismissal from the College. 



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SPECIAL REGULATIONS 

Leave of absence will not be granted to the students ex- 
cept for reasons deemed imperative by the President of the 
College. 

The correspondence of the students is subject to the in- 
spection and approbation of the Vice-President. 

All books, magazines and periodicals must be submitted 
to the inspection and approbation of the Vice-President be- 
fore they will be allowed circulation in the College ; and par- 
ents are requested to consult him before subscribing for news- 
papers or current literature for their sons at College. 

Boxes containing provisions are not allowed to be sent 
to the students except during the Christmas holidays. 

There is a vacation at Christmas, but none at Easter. 

July and August are the summer vacation months. 

- A STUDENT'S WARDROBE 

The necessary outfit for each student should comprise 
at least: 

3 suits of clothes 3 night shirts 6 towels 

1 overcoat 12 collars 4 bath towels 
3 pairs of shoes 6 pair of drawers 6 napkins 

2 hats or caps 12 pairs of socks 1 napkin ring (marked) 
6 shirts 12 handkerchiefs Brushes, combs 

6 undershirts 6 neckties Other toilet requisites 

All articles of clothing must be marked with the student's 
name in full; the other articles must be marked at least with 
his initials. 

VISITING REGULATIONS 

In regard to visits, the following regulations are earnestly 
recommended to the attention of parents, as they intimately 
concern. the advancement of the students and the good order 
of the College: • 



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1. — The days for visiting students by parents who live 
in Mobile or vicinity are Sundays and Thursdays; the hours, 
from 1 to 5 P. M. in winter, and from 3 to 6 P. M. in summer. 

2. — Students from Mobile, who have obtained satisfac- 
tory marks for conduct and diligence, may be allowed to visit 
the city on the first Thursday of each month. If, however, 
for any reason, students go to Mobile during the month, this 
privilege may not be granted. The other students, whose 
parents live at a greater distance, are not allowed to go to the 
city, except when visited on holidays by their parents or 
guardians and accompanied by them. 

• 3. — All visitors, even parents, should avoid, as much as 
possible, withdrawing the students from class or study. 

GENERAL CHARGES 

Payable in advance — for the first term in September; for 
the second term in February. 

Entrance Fee, first year only '. . .$ 10 00 

Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and Bedding, per school year 300 00 

Medical Fee, per school year, (not including special medicine) .... 10 00 
Use of scientific apparatus and chemicals by the members of the 

Senior and Intermediate classes 10 00 

Graduation Fee 10 00 

Fee for Post-Graduate and Honorary Degrees 10 00 

SPECIAL CHARGES 

Also payable in advance. 

Drawing, per month $ 5 00 

Piano, per month 8 00 

Use of Piano, per month 1 00 

Violin or Flute, per month 8 00 

Vocal Music, per month 4 00 

Brass Instrument, per month 8 00 

Stenography, per month 3 00 

Typewriting, per month 3 00 

Vacation at College for students distant from home (payable, in 

full on or before July 1st) 100 00 






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IMPORTANT REMARKS 

1. — No Advance will be made beyond the deposit. Hence, 
should parents desire the College to pay for music, books, 
clothing, traveling, dentistry, pocket money, extra medicines, 
etc., they must deposit a certain sum of money with the Treas- 
urer and renew it when exhausted. 

Absolutely no exception will be made to this rule. 

2. — No pocket money will be given to any student unless 
a deposit has been made with the Treasurer for this purpose, 
and the quantity to be allowed specified — for instance, 25 or 
50 cents per week. 

3. — No deduction is made for any absence less than a 
month, and when made it is only for board and tuition. 

4. — Books and stationery are furnished by the College at 
the expense of the parents. 

5. — When students are to go home, all accounts must 
have been previously settled, and the traveling expenses for- 
warded to the Treasurer, if the balance on deposit should be 
insufficient. 

6. — All damage to College property will be repaired at 
the expense of the offender. 

7. — The College will not be responsible for books or arti- 
cles of clothing and jewelry left behind by any student when 
leaving College ; much less for the loss of such books, cloth- 
ing, jewelry or money, while in the keeping of the owners 
during the year. 

8. — The post office address of the College is: Spring Hill 
College, Spring Hill, Mobile County, Ala. In this manner 
should be directed ordinary letters, registered letters, post 
office money orders, and all packages and other articles sent 
by mail. 

For further information, apply to the President — 

REV. F. X. TWELLMEYER, S. J. 



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GENERAL ORDER OF CLASS DAYS 



6:00 A. M Rising 

6 :20 A. M Prayer, Mass, Study 

7:15 A. M ..Breakfast 

7:30 A. M Recess 

8:15 A. M Class 

9:30 A. M Recess 

9:37 A. M Class 

10:45 A. M Recess 

11 :00 A. M Study, Special Classes 

12:00 M Dinner 

12:30 P. M Recess 

1:30 P. M .- Study 

2:30 P. M , Class 

3:30 P. M Recess 

3:37 P. M ..Class 

4:30 P. M Lunch, Recess 

5:15 P. M Study 

6:15 P. M Recess 

6:25 P. M Study 

7:15 P. M Supper 

7 :30 P. M Prayers, Recess 

7:55 P. M Study 

8:45 P. M Retiring 

SUMMER ORDER 

5:30 A. M Rising 

5:00 P. M Study 

6:30 P. M Recess 

7:00 P. M Supper 



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COURSES OF STUDIES 



THE POST-GRADUATE COURSE 

Leading to the Degrees of Master of Arts and 
Master of Science 



The object of this course is to furnish college graduates 
with an opportunity of reviewing their philosophy and of 
making a more thorough study of its fundamental questions 
and their practical bearing upon the issues of the day. It 
likewise offers them the additional advantage of perfecting 
themselves in higher Mathematics, English Literature, Polit- 
ical Economy and the Sciences in general. 

At the end of the school year, those who have already 
attained the degree of A. B. are eligible to that of A. M., and 
those who have attained the degree of B. S. to that of* M. S. 
The conditions laid down for the securing of these degrees are 
that the candidate present a creditable paper on a philosoph- 
ical subject and undergo a satisfactory examination in the 
studies of the year. 



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THE CLASSICAL COURSE 

Leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts 



SENIOR CLASS 



Evidences of Religion — Schouppe's Course of Religious In- 
struction. Lectures by the Professor. 

Logic and Metaphysics — Jouin's Praelectiones Philosophiae. 
Lectures by the Professor. 

Ethics — -Jouin's Elementa Philosophiae Moralis. Lectures 
by the Professor. 

Mathematics — General Mechanics. Geometrical Optics. 

Elements of Differential and Integral Calculus, with ap- 
plication to Mechanics and Physics. 

Astronomy — Howe's Astronomy. Lectures by the Professor. 

Physics — Millikan & Gale's Course in Physics. Lectures by 
the Professor. 

Chemistry — Shepard's Chemistry. Lectures on Inorganic 
and Organic Chemistry. 



JUNIOR 'CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Schouppe's Course of Religious Instruc- 
tion. Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Bradley's Arnold's Latin Prose Composition reviewed. 
Cicero's Pro Ligario, Pro Milone, Pro Marcello and Pro 
Lege Manilia. Virgil. Horace's Odes, Epodes, Satires 
and Epistles. Tacitus' Annals. 

Greek — Demosthenes' De Corona and Philippics. St. John 
Chrysostom's Eutropius. Sophocles' Oedipus Tyrannus 
and Antigone. Aeschylus' Prometheus Bound. 

English — Coppens' Oratorical Composition. Analysis of the 
masterpieces of American and British Orators. Analysis 
of the speeches in Milton's Paradise Lost. Shakespeare. 



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Frequent practice in composition. 

Mathematics — Spherical Trigonometry and Surveying. Ana- 
lytic Geometry. 

History — Modern History, from the Crusades to the present 
epoch. Greek and Roman History. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

SOPHOMORE CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part III. 
Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Prosody. Bradley's Arnold's 
Latin Prose Composition completed. 

Cicero's In Verrem and Pro Archia Poeta. Livy. Vir- 
gil's Aeneid, Books I and II ; Book V, Description of the 
Public Games; Book IX, Nisus and Euryalus. Horace's 
Odes and Ars Poetica. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Dialects, Prosody. 

Homer's Iliad. Euripides' Iphigenia in Aulis and Hecuba. 

English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Rhet- 
oric — Books II, III and IV reviewed; Books V and VI. 
Brooke's English Literature. 

Shakespeare's Julius Caesar and Macbeth. Choice 
specimens of Lyric, Elegiac and Didactic Poetry. Pope. 
Dryden. Frequent practice in prose and verse. 

Mathematics — Solid Geometry and Conic Sections. Plane 
Trigonometry. 

History — Modern History, from Augustus to the Crusades. 
Greek and Roman History. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

FRESHMAN CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part II. 
Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Syntax repeated with all the notes, 
etc. Bradley's Arnold's Latin Prose Composition — Exer- 
cise XX to XL. 



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Cicero's Catilinian Orations. Sallust's Catilina and 
Jugurtha. Virgil's Eclogues, I, IV, V, IX and 
Georgics. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Syntax, Accents. 
Plutarch's Lives. Xenophon's Anabasis. 

English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Rhet- 
oric—Books I, II, III and IV. 

Macaulay's Essays on Addison, Milton and Johnson. 
De Quincey's Flight of a Tartar Tribe and Joan of Arc. 
Scott's Lady of the Lake. Addison's Sir Roger de Co- 
verly. Newman's Dream of Gerontius and Callista — Se- 
lections. 

Mathematics — Wentworth's Algebra completed and re- 
viewed. Plane Geometry. 

History — Fredet's Ancient History completed. 

Bookkeeping — Bryant and Stratton's Double Entry. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 



FIRST ACADEMIC CLASS. 

Christian Doctrine— Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part I. 
Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology repeated with all the 
notes, etc. ; Syntax with the notes. Bradley's Arnold's 
Latin Prose Composition — to Exercise XX. 

Nepos. Caesar's De Bello Gallico. Cicero's Letters. 
Phaedrus. Ovid. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Contract Nouns, Adjectives, 
Verbs, Prepositions, Conjunctions; rules of Syntax. 
Cebes' Tablet. Lucian's Dialogues. 

English — Steps in English, Book II, Part II — Composition. 

Irving's Sketch Book. Goldsmith's Traveler and De- 
serted Village. Gray's Elegy. Bryant's Thanatopsis 
and easier Poems. Scott's Talisman. Hawthorne's 
Tanglewood Tales. 

Algebra — Wentworth's Algebra to quadratic equations. 

History — Fredet's Ancient History — to Part V. 



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Geography — Appleton's Standard Higher Geography — Asia, 

Africa, Oceanica. 
Bookkeeping — Bryant and Stratton's Single Entry. 
Elocution — Twice a week. 
Penmanship — Daily practice. 

SECOND ACADEMIC CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 
Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology with the notes ; rules 
of Syntax. Collar and Daniell's Latin Exercises reviewed 
and completed. 

Epitome Historiae Sacrae. Viri Romae. Nepos. Bre- 
viarium Eutropii. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Nouns, Adjectives, Regular 
Verbs ; easier rules of Syntax. 

Hierocles' Witticisms. Aesop's Fables. 

English— Steps in English, Book II, Part I, reviewed. Ha- 
zen's Spelling Book, Part II. 

Lamb's Tales from Shakespeare. Longfellow's Hia- 
watha and The Children's Hour and other Poems. 
Dickens' Christmas Carols. Cooper's Last of the Mohi- 
cans. 

Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic completed and re- 
viewed. 

History — Lawler's Essentials of American History com- 
pleted. 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Higher Geography — Cen- 
tral and South America, Europe. 
Elocution— Twice a week. 
Penmanship — Daily Practice. 

THIRD ACADEMIC CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 
Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology without the notes; 



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easier rules of Syntax. Collar and Daniell's Latin Exer- 
cises — to page 110. 

English — Steps in English, Book II, Part I. Hazen's Spell- 
ing Book, Part I. 

Hawthorne's Pandora, The Pine Tree Shillings and 
other tales. Irving's Rip Van Winkle. Whittier's The 
Barefoot Boy. Browning's The Pied Piper of Hamelin. 
Memory Gems. 

Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic — to Percentage in- 
cluded. 

History — Lawler's Essentials of American History — to Wash- 
ington's Administration. 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Higher Geography — North 
America. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 




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THE ENGLISH COURSE 

LEADING TO THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF 
SCIENCE 



SUPERIOR CLASS 

Evidences of Religion — Schouppe's Course of Religious In- 
struction. Lectures by the Professor. 

Logic and Metaphysics — Coppens' Logic and Mental Philos- 
ophy. Lectures by the Professor. 

Ethics — Coppens' Moral Philosophy. Lectures by the Pro- 
fessor. 

English — Coppens' Oratorical Composition. Analysis of the 
masterpieces of American and British Orators. Analysis 
of the speeches in Milton's Paradise Lost. 

Mathematics — General Mechanics. Spherical Trigonometry 
and Surveying. Analytic Geometry. Calculus. 

Astronomy — Howe's Astronomy. Lectures by the Professor. 

Physics — Millikan & Gale's Course in Physics. Lectures by 
the Professor. 

INTERMEDIATE CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part III. 

Practical Instructions. 
English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Rhet- 
oric — Books II, III and IV reviewed; Books V and VI. 

Brooke's English Literature. 

Shakespeare's Julius Caesar and Macbeth. Choice 

specimens of Lyric, Elegiac and Didactic Poetry. Pope. 

Dryden. Frequent practice in composition, both prose 

and verse. 
Mathematics — Solid Geometry and Conic Sections. Plane 

Trigonometry. 
Physics and Chemistry — Lectures by the Professor. 
History — Fredet's Modern History. 



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FIRST ENGLISH CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part II. 
Practical Instructions. 

English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Rhet- 
oric. Books I, II, III and IV. 

Macaulay's Essays. Tennyson's Coming of Arthur 
and other Poems. Newman. Scott. Addison. 

Mathematics — Wentworth's Algebra completed and reviewed. 
Plane Geometry. One hour per week for review of Alge- 
bra and Arithmetic. 

History — Fredet's Ancient History. 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Higher Geography — Asia, 
Africa, Oceanica. 

Bookkeeping — Bryant and Stratton's Double Entry. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

SECOND ENGLISH CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part I. 
Practical Instructions. 

English — Steps in English, Book II, Part I reviewed; Part II. 
Hazen's Spelling Book, Part II. 

Irving's Sketch Book. Goldsmith's Traveler and De- 
serted Village. Newman's Dream of Gerontius and Cal- 
lista. Byron's Prisoner of Chillon. Scott's Ivanhoe. 

Mathematics — Wentworth's Arithmetic completed and re- 
viewed. Wentworth's Alegbra — from the beginning to 
quadratic equations. 

History — Lawler's Essentials of American History. 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Higher Geography — Cen- 
tral America, South America, Europe. 

Bookkeeping — Bryant and Stratton's Single Entry. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

Penmanship — Daily Practice. 



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THIRD ENGLISH CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 
Practical Instructions. 

English — Steps in English, Book II, Part I. Hazen's Spell- 
ing Book, Part I. 

Lamb's Tales from Shakespeare. Hawthorne's Tan- 
glewood Tales. Longfellow's Hiawatha and The Chil- 
dren's Hour and other Poems. Cooper's Last of the 
Mohicans. 

Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic — to. percentage in- 
cluded. 

History — Lawler's Primary History of the United States. 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Higher Geography — North 
America. 

Elocution. — Twice a week. 

Penmanship — Daily Practice. 




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THE 
PREPARATORY COURSE 



Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 

Practical Instructions. 
English — Steps in English, Book I. 

Aesop's Fables. Memory Gems. Robinson Crusoe. 

Kingsley's Greek Heroes. Kipling's Jungle Book. 
Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic. 
History^ — Gilmour's Bible History. 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Elementary Geography. 
Elocution — Reading daily and declamation twice a week. 
Penmanship — Daily practice. 



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THESES 
Propugnandae ad Gradum A. B. 

IN 
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DIE 14a JUNII, 1908 



EX LOGICA 

1. Veritas logica simplici apprehensioni quidem inest; per- 
fecte tamen soli judicio. 

2. Falsitas soli judicio inest. 

3. Scepticismus universalis practice impossibilis et theo- 
retice absurdus est ; dubitatio autem methodica, quae 
nihil affirmandum putat nisi demonstratum, est etiam 
absurda. 

4. Infallibiles sunt turn conscientia circa facta interna prae- 
sentia, turn sensus externi circa sensibilia propria. 

5. Idealismus est rejiciendus. 

6. Testimonio auctoritatis humanae multas veritates turn 
co-aevas turn praeteritas certo cognoscimus. 

7. Universalia non sunt mera nomina, nee meri conceptus, 
nee realiter subsistunt; sed fundamentaliter existunt in 
natura singulari, formaliter vero in intellectu. 



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8. Criterium ultimum et universale certitudinis est ipsa evi- 
dentia objectiva. 

EX ONTOLOGIA 

1. Notio entis ut sic non est notio entis infiniti, nee est 
nomen univocum, sed analogum analogia attributionis 
intrinseca. 

2. Possibilitas intrinseca entis nee ab existentia rerum nee 
a potentia et libera Dei voluntate pendet, sed ab essentia 
divina et intellectu divino. 

3. Omne ens est unum, verum et bonum : malum formaliter 
consistit in privatione. 

4. Notio substantiae et causae est realis. 

EX COSMOLOGIA 

1. Mundus non est ens a se, nee ex materia improducta ; sed 

2. Creatus est a Deo ad manifestandam gloriam suam ex- 
trinsecam. 

3. Agentia creata verae sunt causae, et non merae occa- 
siones, uti Occasionalistae volunt. 

EX PSYCHOLOGIA 

1. In unoquoque vivente unum est principium vitale, dis- 
tinetum a materia et a viribus physicis et chimicis ; et est 
ejus forma substantialis. 

2. Anima humana simplex est et spiritualis. 

3. Unum est principium vitae in homine, quod ita corpori 
unitur ut una resultet natura unaque persona. 



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4. Anima humana in quovis homine immediate a Deo per 
creationem producitur; est immortalis et in perpetuum 
duratura. 

5. Voluntas humana vera gaudet libertate arbitrii. 

EX THEOLOGIA NATURAU 

1. Existentia Dei argumentis metaphysicis, physicis et mo- 
ralibus evidenter probatur. 

2. Deus est ens a se, infinite perfectus, unicus, aeternus et 
immutabilis. 

3. Deus omnia cognoscit et sua providentia gubernat. 

4. Pantheismus est absurdus. 

EX ETHICA 

1. Finis simpliciter ultimus homini intra naturae ordinem 
praestitutus est perfecta ejus beautitudo, cujus objectum 
necessarium et sufficiens est solus Deus. 

2. Intrinsecum datur discrimen inter bonum et malum mo- 
rale. 

3. Ratio proxima moralitatis est natura rationalis qua talis ; 
ultima vero ratio est essentia divina. 

4. Existit lex naturalis, qua homo tenetur Deum colere turn 
cnltu interno turn externo et acceptare revelationem fac- 
tam. De hac autem constare potest per miracula, quae 
possibilia et cognoscibilia sunt. 

5. Homo mereri potest apud Deum saltern de congruo. * 

6. Propriam vitam tueri, etiam cum injusti aggressoris nece, 



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sub moderamine inculpatae tutelae licitum est. Suici- 
dium et duellum honoris causa susceptum legi naturali 
repugnant. 

7. Lege naturali homo jure gaudet acquirendi proprietatem 
etiam stabilem, accedente occupatione effectiva. 

8. Socialismus et communismus rejiciendi sunt. 

9. Homo natura sua socialis est. 

10. Societas conjugalis, quae est societas naturalis, ita na- 
tura sua stabilis est, ut divortium perfectum excludat ; 
et in essentialibus est a societate civili independens. 

11. Suprema potestas civilis immediate est a Deo et est legis- 
lativa, executiva et judiciaria; necnon jus habet infligendi 
poenam capitis pro criminibus atrocioribus, et jus bellum 
gerendi. 

12. Jus educandi prolem per se ad parentes pertinet ; unde 
monopolium scholarum et educatio compulsatoria sunt 
rejicienda. 

CANDIDATI 

D. L. Austin A. J. Danos 

F. L.* Barker E. E. Escalante 

L. L- Bordelon R. L. Levert 

R. M. Breard F. A. Olivier 

P. C. Burguieres J. M. Supple 

T. J. Burns A. J. Vizard 
W. M. Walsh 



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PROBLEMS 

Propose! at the Competitive Examination for the Gold 
Medal in the Sciences 

(1) A river is one fourth mile wide and the water flows 
at the rate of 10 yards per minute. A boat starts from a 
point on one of the banks, and is rowed across the stream at 
right angles to the current, at the rate of 44 yards per minute. 
Where will it land, and how long will it take to cross? 

(2) A dynamo used for working 16 arc lamps arranged 
in series has an E. M. F. of 840 volts and an internal resist- 
ance of 10 ohms. The resistance of each lamp is 4.5 ohms, 
and of the connecting wires used in the circuit 2 ohms. Find : 

(a) The strength of the current in amperes; 

(b) Its energy in horse power (1 hp. equal 746 
watts). 

(c) The number of calories" of heat developed in one 
hour. 

(3) The poles of a dynamo are connected by -20 incan- 
descent lamps in parallel, each of which has a resistance of 
80 ohms. The internal resistance of the machine being 0.25 
ohm, what must be its E. M. F. so that a^ current of 1.2 am- 
pere may flow through each lamp? 

(4) One kilogram of dilute sulphuric acid is- found to 
dissolve 130 grams of zinc. Find the percentage of pure acid 
in the dilute acid and the volume of hydrogen evolved under 
standard conditions. 

(5) I want 100 litres of nitric oxide gas when the tem- 
perature is 20° C. and the barometer stands at 780 mm. 
What weight in grams of copper and nitric acid must I take? 

(6) The speed of a railway train increases uniformly 
for the first 3 minutes after starting, and during this time it 
travels one mile. What speed in miles per hour has it now 
acquired, and what space did it describe in the first two min- 
utes? 



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LIST OF STUDENTS 

1907-1908 

ABADIE, LAWRENCE P New Orleans, La*f 

ADAMS, P. LOUIS New Orleans, LaT ' 

ADAMS, C. HENRY New Orleans, La." 

V ADOUE, CLIFFORD A Houma, La-"*" 

ALVAREZ, BERNARDINO F. . / Mobile, Alaf^ 

v -ALVAREZ, JOSEPH T Mobile, Ala. 

\XanDREPONT, LAWRENCE Opelousas, -La. 

ARTETA, FAUSTUS .,/ Havana, Cuba 

V ASHURST, JORDAN V.,. . . .y East Tallassee, Ala. 

V AUSTIN, D. LAWRENCE. /. . Tampa, Fla. 

1 BALBONTIN, ROMEO M., .Tampa, Fla. 

v/ BALL, A. CARON New Orleans, La. 

s/ ■ BARKER, FRANCIS L New Orleans, La. 

V BARKER, WILLIAM E Plaquemine, La. 

BAUER, JOHN T Mobile, Ala. 

/ BEALL, PHILIP D.^/..... 1 Pensacola, Fla. 

BEARY, ANDREW T Thibodaux, La. 

BECKER, JOHN T Brookhaven, Miss. 

BERTHELOT, JOSEPH A Hohen Solms, La. 

/ BLACK, CLARENCE L New Orleans, La. 

BLOCH, ARNOLD Mobile, Ala. 

,, BLOUIN, LEON J Lafourche Crossing, La. 

/ BODIN. JOHN R Franklin, La. 

BONVILLAIN, CHARLES N Glencoe, La. 

BORDELON, CLIFFORD J Long Bridge, La. 

BORDELON, LESTER L Long Bridge, La. 

BORDELON, MARTIN Opelousas, La. 

BOURGEOIS, LAWRENCE L Jeanerette, La. 

V BOURGEOIS, SIDNEY J Jeanerette, La. 

V; *BRADY, CHARLES P.V? Montgomery, Ala. 

^ -BRAUD, DAUNIS E Thibodaux, La:"" 

n/>BRAUD, SIDNEY F Thibodaux, La<" 

J . BREARD, ALBERT G •. Monroe, La. " 

y^BREARD, ROBERT M Monroe, La. 



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^> BROOKS, RAPHAEL M New Orleans, La. 

V *BROWN, JOHN J New Orleans, La-' 

Z^BUDD, MURPHY FOSTER Opelousas, La. 

«<^BUDD, ROBERT E Opelousas, La. 

y^URGUlERES, PATOUT C New Orleans, La. 

v^pBURNS, THOMAS J Mobile, Ala. 

<7.B YRNE, THOMAS U Chicago, 111. 

¥ CADY, THOMAS J Columbus, Miss > 

^v-CAMARA, RAMIRO /. Merida, Mex.^ 

\/>CHALIN, FREDERICK P New Orleans, La.-' 

VHSHAPPUIS, CLAUDE L Crowley, La.-- 

^^HAPPUIS, GUY J Crowley, La. 

££lERICI, FRANCIS A Puerto Cortes, Sp. Honduras 

^COHEN, OSCAR L Mobile, Ala. 

v^OLOMB, ALLAN J Donaldsville, La." 

V^CONCANNON, JASPER J Montegut, La. x 

^v/COSTELLO, CHRISTOPHER H. . . . : Mobile, Ala/ 

C^COSTELLO, HENRY M Mobile, Ala;/ 

tf?€OX, JAMES E Mobile, Ala. 

tCCRAVEN, THOMAS V New Orleans, La./ 

V 'CUMMINGS, MAURICE F Yazoo City, Miss. 

V^D'ALBOR, FELIX J Patoutville, La. ■- 

^OALY, JOSEPH K.v • Macon, Ga — 

\£ DANOS, ALBERT J Plaquemine, La.- 

i^t)ANOS, ARTHUR J Plaquemine, La.— 

V6'AQUIN, J. HOLLIDAY. . . .*. New Orleans, La— 

y DEEGAN, JOHN .E Mobile, Ala.- 

v^DELAUNE, FELIX J Thibodaux, La - 

J^DEVINNEY, C. CALVIN , .Montgomery, Ala.-* 

V DIAZ, M. HUMBERT > Tampa, Fla.~* 

DOLSON, BENJAMIN A.. Galveston, Tex. — 

y DOLSON, JAMES J Galveston, Tex. 

V DONDE, RAOUL y. Mexico City, Mex. 

y-DOSSMANN, ANDREW Opelousas, La,- 

«^£>OWE, J. CARROLL » Montgomery, Ala. 

t/pOWE ( FLURRENCE A, Montgomery, Ala. 

v/ DRAGO. R. LEE Mobile, Alar- 

^>DUBUISSON, GEORGE W Opelousas, La. 

t/>DUCOTE, GUY G Cottonport, La. ■ 



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V^DUCOTE, RICHARD J Cottonport, La. - 

V/^DUCOTE, WARREN P Cottonport, La.—* 

v DUGAN, WILLIAM F/ Winston-Salem, N. . C-— 

DUGGAN, JAMES E.. .Mobile, Ala.— - 

ESCALANTE, ERMILO E'/ Merida, Mex-^ 

FAB ACHER, LAWRENCE B . New Orleans, La."" 

v/-FAGET, LUKE A .New Orleans, La^ 

FARRELL, J. GLENN Natchez, Miss/ 

FERNANDEZ, FERNANDO *< Santa Clara, Cuba"** 

FINCH, GREGORY B Mobile, Ala.-* 

N/ HRMENT, ALARIC G Marksville, La> 

FOSSIER, J. D'HAMECOURT New Orleans, La."" 

FREDERIC, CARLOS E Scranton, Miss." 

FREDERIC, HERMES A Scranton, Miss. - 

\ FUCICH, VLADIMIR New Orleans, La< 

V^GALLAGHER, C STAPLETON/ Montgomery, Ala." 

GARBARINO, JOHN W Canton, Miss. 

GARBER, JAMES R.v. Demopolis, Ala. 

. GLYNN, ALFRED^ Truxillo, Sp. Honduras 

GONZALEZ, W. BOWEN. .Pensacola, Fla. 

■/. GRACE, THOMAS C Plaquemine, Fla. 

GREGORY, DENIS L.-< Louisville, Ky.' 

GREMILLION, HERBERT C Alexandria, La. 

GUERRA, LOUIS V./ Tampa, Fla/,. 

/ HAHN, ALBERT J . Mobile, Ala< 

rLALE, THOMAS P ! . . Gulfport, Miss/ 

HAMILTON, J. PERCY C.' \. ......./...... . Mobile, Ala/ 

HARRIGAN, RAYMOND H, ... ,. Fulton,' Ala/ 

HEBERT, C. S. DUCOTE New Orleans, La. „ 

HOLLAND, CHARLES J. New Orleans, La. 

HORKAN, GEORGE A. / \ . . .Augusta, Ga/ 

HORKAN, JOHN,/. . '. . ., Moultrie, Ga/ 

HORKAN, THOMAS / Augusta, Ga/ 

HUDSON, J. MANNING New Orleans, La/ 

IRVINE, FRANCIS E Pineville, La. 

IRVING, GEORGE S Vicksburg, Miss/ 

JETT, CARL E Mobile, Ala 7 

JONES, HUGH T ..New Orleans, La//. 

JUMONVILLE, LEONCE J." .Crowley, La/ 



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"^KELLY, SAMUEL LV Miami, Fla/' 

^>KELLY, THOMAS J Mobile, Ala/' 

^KELLY, W. HENRY Montgomery, Ala/ 

V*>KEVUN, C. WALLACE Orange Walk, Br. Honduras 

\S DEVLIN, EDWARD J Orange Walk, Br. Honduras 

^>KEVLIN, HENRY R. { , .Orange Walk, Br. Honduras 

v/^KING, W. HOMER Mobile, Ala/' 

KLINGMAN, HENRY ■/ Montegut, La/' 

^XOSKY, SIMON \ Mobile, Ala/ 

--^■LABORDE, CLIFFE E * Marksville, La.-' 

V;>LANDRY, PAUL T. New Iberia, La/ 

' LANGE, SIDNEY A New Orleans, La.< 

^LARREA, ALBERT L/ Havana, Cuba^ 

e^LARREA, ANTHONY A y < Havana, Cuba^ 

/^AVIADA, ANTHONY /...... Merida, Mex/ 

t^>LAVRETTA, J. LAWRENCE. Mobile, Ala/ 

^LAWLESS, T. CLARENCE Garden City, La/' 

V LE B ^RON, GILBERT A Mobile, Ala/' 

V^EBEAU, EDWARD J., Pensacola, Fla/ 

V^LECHE, KARL P ' Donaldsonville, La.^ 

<#£ LEVERT, ROBERT L New Orleans, La/ 

v>LOWENSTEIN, HENRY C Mobile, Ala, ' 

uOTARTEL, a LCIDE A i Franklin, La. 

i^MARTEL, J. SULLY Franklin, La. 

•, MAYER, GEORGE L Marksville, La. 

^^McAFEE, JOHN A Mobile, Ala/ 

'/ McDONOUGH, THOMAS M. . Montgomery, Ala/ 

j McHARDY, JAMES J New Orleans, La/' 

. McHARDY, NORMAN A \ .New Orleans, La. " 

-McKNIGHT, MATTHEW A. Beaumont, Tex.-' 

V McNAMARA, DANIEL B Mobile, Ala/ 

/ MEDINA, MANUEL Merida, Mex. 

/ MENDIOLEA, MANUEL... Merida, Mex. 

i/^MEYER, EDWIN L Thibodaux, La, 

I^MEYER, FRANCIS A Thibodaux, La. 

^/MILLER, WILLIAM A. Belton, Tex. 

• V^-MISTRIC, OSCAR J .Leonville, La. 

oo-MONAHAN, JOHN J Mobile, Ala. 

v/ >tfOORE, WILLIAM L. .Perdue Hill, Ala. 



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V^TMOREDA, JOHN* Havana, Cuba 

UMORERE, FRANCIS C New Orleans, La. 

MORESI, LOUIS R Jeanerette, La. 

MUNSON, HENRY A ,Napoleonville, La. 

MURRAY, JOSEPH Mobile, Ala. y 

NEELY, DUGGAN A Mobile, Ala.^ 

NEELY, MAURICE L Mobile, Ala.^ 

NELSON, JOHN P Mobile, Ala. 

\ NELSON, LOUIS Mobile, Ala. 

u-NEUBURGER, ARTHUR C Mobile, Ala; 7 

■NEUBURGER, LAWRENCE B Mobile, Ala./ 

NEUBURGER, SAMUEL G Mobile, Ala.-^T 

NICROSI, WILLIAM TCV Montgomery, Ala: 

NOGUERAS, CHARLES C.v Havana, Cuba V 

O'CONNELL, H. ALVIN Mobile, Alar • 

O'FLINN, JOHN E Selma, Ala. 

OLIVIER, CHARLES A. Frozard, La. 

OLIVIER, FRANCIS A Frozard, La. 

OLIVIER, LEO E Morgan City, La. 

O'NEILL, ALONZO Natchez, Miss. 

ORSI, FRANCIS A Canton, Miss. 

PARDUE, SHERMAN P.V New Orleans, La- 

Y^ARSLOW, FREDERICK B> Tampa, Fla. 

PARSLOW, JOSEPH G. ' Tampa, Fla.^ 

PARSLOW, PAUL Iv<. Tampa, Flaf 

y^PATOUT, PHILIP P. Baldwin, La. 

PEON, JOAQUIN \. Merida, Mex.' " 

PETERS, THOMAS K* St. Louis, Mo.< 

PLANIOL, JAIME Barcelona, Spain^ 

vPLAUCHE, CHARLES H . Marksville, La. 

^PlAUCHE, LEE A Marksville, La. 

PORTOCARRERO, NESTOR A) . .Colorado, Sp. Honduras^ 

POTTER, THOMAS Y Mobile, Ala: 

PRICE, JEROME ..../. Gadsden, Ala/" 

vPROHASKA, FRANCIS L. Morgan City, La. 

REGIL, ALVARO DE Merida, Mex. 

'V^REID, ROGER -D Vicksburg, Miss. 

.REIS, NORMAN J -....Mobile, Ala. 

RICHARD, C. LEO Mobile, Ala. 



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i 



ICHARDSON, JOSEPH S Gulfport, Miss. 

\& RIFFEL, FRANCIS A. New Orleans, La. 

A^fgFEL, STEPHEN V New Orleans, La. 

RIVES, JOHN B Macon, Miss, 

ROCA, MANUEL Merida, Mex. 

W^OSADO, ALVARO Merida, Mex. 

ROY, CURTIS C Marksville, La. 

V'TIOYCROFT, W. CHARLES Mobile, Ala. 

SANDOZ, JOSEPH K Opelousas, La. 

SARPHY, EDWARD .9 New Orleans, La. 

J^SCHATZMAN, CARLING J. Macon, Ga. 

>/-SCHIMPF, CHARLES R. G Mobile, Ala. 

v^HIMPF, TILLMON K Mobile, Ala. 

Vf^SCHMITT, WILLIAM A Yazoo City, Miss. 

^ SCHNEIDER, CLAUDE W Pearl City, La. 

^SCHNEIDER, MATTHEW P Pearl River, La. 

•"-"VSEMPERE, ROCH- Oran, Algeria 

^SIGUERE, CHARLES G> Guatemala, C. A. 

■SIGUERE, E. ALBERT.^ Guatemala, C. A. 

V^SIMON, SIDNEY B Mobile, Ala. 

Skinner, Stanford j Skinner, Miss. 

^MITH, FRANCIS L. Algiers, La. 

^SPINNER, ANDREW E. .' Morgan City, La. 

- ^STAFFORD, RALPH M. Alexandria, La. 

V&fEWART, RAYMOND A v Galveston, Tex. 

SUDERMAN, CHARLES Wy Galveston, Tex. 

» SUDERMAN, ADOLPH D .^. Galveston, Tex. 

V^SUPPLE, JOSEPH M. v Bayou Goula, La. 

^cTARLETON, FRANCIS S. Jeanerette, La. 

VTHEARD, PAUL E New Orleans, La. 

/-TOOMEY, JOHN E. - Mobile, Ala. 

V TOUART, ANTHONY J Summerville, Ala. 

^ TOUART, CLARENCE N Summerville, Ala. 

uTOUPS, LAWRENCE L Schriever, La. 

iAJTROLIO, JOHN Canton, Miss. 

UTROSCLAIR, ALFRED J. Thibodaux, La. 

UfURREGANO, A. ROTHERY Alexandria, La. 

V^URREGANO, PAUL J Alexandria, La. 

^ -VALDES, EDWARD F. K^ '. Matanzas, Cuba 



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VALDES, LEOPOLD F. \ Matanzas, Cuba 

VAN HEUVEL, JOHN W Mobile, Ala. 

VAN HEUVEL, JAMES M Mobile, Ala. 

VELTIN, ARTHUR Opelousas, La. 

"VIGUERIE, JOHN P. ' Crawford, La. 

/ VILA, VINCENT J. . New Orleans, La. 

VIZARD, ANTHONY J. New' Orleans, La. 

VOORHIES, FRANCIS J New Iberia, La. 

VOORHIES, SIDNEY C New Iberia, La. 

; WAGNER, EDWARD C . . .Mobile, Ala. 

/WAGNER, JOSEPH T Mobile, Ala. 

WALET, PERRY H Loreauville, La. 

v' WALSH, PATRICK WALTER Mobile, Ala. 

WALSH, WILLIAM M Mobile, Ala. 

WEATHERLY, WALLACE W Gulfport, Miss. 

WEIS, WALTER H.v'. Jackson, Tenn. 

\/ WOGAN, JOHN B. New Orleans, La. 






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CLASS ROLL, 1907-1908 



^/Austin, D. Lawrence 
i/Barker, Francis L. 
\/Bordelon, Lester L. 
v Breard, Robert M. 
/Burguieres, Patout C. 
x/Burns, Thomas J. 
^Danos, Albert J. 



SENIOR 






v'Escalante, Ermilo E 
Levert, Robert L. 

. Olivier, Francis M. 
Supple, Joseph M. 

V Vizard, Anthony J. 
Walsh, William M. 

VWogan, John B. 



//Adams, C. Henry 
yBlouin, Leon J. 
^'Bourgeois, Sidney J. 
dossier, J. D'Hamecourt 
barber, James R. 



JUNIOR 

I 'Kelly, Samuel L. 
t<Le Baron, Gilbert A. 

Nelson, John P. 
^Olivier, Charles A. 
Touart, Anthony J. 



Wagner, Joseph T. 



SOPHOMORE 



(^Alvarez, Bernardino F. 
|/3all, A. Caron 
\/keall, Philip D. 
V'feloch, Arnold 

^Braud, Sidney F. 

l^Buggan, James E. 
^nch, Gregory B. 

VLavretta, J. Lawrence 

vLebeau, Edward J. / 

w r a: 



alsh, 



McAfee, John A. 

Mistric, Oscar J. 

Neely, Maurice L. 
-Nicrosi, William K. 

O'Flinn, John E. 

Riffel, Stephen V. 
JFbomey, John E. 

Turregano, Paul J. 

Voorhies, Francis J. 
Patrick Walter 



Bauer, John T. 
•,/Beary, Andrew T. 

Brady, Charles P. 
/Brooks, Raphael M. 

Delaune, Felix J. 

Frederic, Hermes A. 

Kelly, W. Henry 



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FRESHMAN 



;i 



Leche, Karl P. 
vMcHardy, James J. 

Pardue, Sherman P. 
^Patout, Philip P. 

Plauche, Charles H. 

Schatzman, Carling J. 

Stafford, Ralph M. 



FIRST ACADEMIC 



Abadie, Lawrence P. 
■/Alvarez, Joseph T. 

Andrepont, Lawrence 

Becker, John T. 

Camara, Ramiro 

Cox, James E. 

Daly, Joseph K. 
W^Aquin, J. Holliday 

Diaz, M. Humbert 

Dolson, Benjamin A. 

Ducote, Warren P. 



Vjtiorh 



V-Faget, Luke A. 
-.Grace, Thomas C. 

Holland, Charles J. 
/'Laviada, Anthony 
H^ayer, George L. 
f^cDonough, Thomas M. 
^^Meyer, Francis A. 
V&Iunson, Henry A. 
^arslow, Paul I. 
-Tovtart, Clarence N. 
\ Valdes, Edward F. 
ies, Sidney C. 



SECOND ACADEMIC A 



(Braud, Daunis E. 

Breard, Albert G. 

Poison, James J. 

vMartel, J. Sully 

•filler, William A. 

Olivier, Leo E. 
v^lauche, Lee A. 
Price, Jerome 



'rohaska, Francis L. 
tRichardson, Joseph S.~ 
spinner, Andrew E. 
Suderman, Charles W. 
Tarleton, Francis S. 
(N ^Toups, Lawrence L. 
l/Valdes, Leopold F. 
UValet, Perry H. 



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SECOND ACADEMIC B 

^Adoue, Clifford A. UKlosky, Simon 

^Barker, William E. (/Lawless, T. Clarence 

UBerthelot, Joseph A. peters, Thomas K. 

I'Cqlomb, Allan J. v^ortocarrero, Nestor A. 

uDubuisson, George W. t^Fotter, Thomas Y. 

V-Ducote, Richard J. uRiyes, John B. 

^Horkan, George A. Jjmiith, Francis L. 
LWeatherly, Wallace W. 



THIRD ACADEMIC 



if 



Mjohen, Oscar L. CNeuburger, Samuel G. 

u<Donde, Raonl oRegil, Alvaro de 

i^Hebert, C. S. Ducote cRoycroft, W. Charles 

^McHardy, Norman A. -Theard, Paul E. 

^yin Heuvel, John W. 

SUPERIOR 



^T)eegan, John E. /Farslow, Joseph G. 
Devlin, C. Wallace Schmitt, William A. 

(yKevlin, Henry R. vSimon, Sidney B. 

l/Landry, Paul T. wila, Vincent J. 

INTERMEDIATE 

V^^rdelon, Clifford J. MUborde, Cliffe E. 

l/Brpwn, John J. JMToresi, Louis R. 
tCjialin, Frederick P. Neely, Duggan A. 

\/Chappuis, Claude L. j/Neuburger, Arthur C. 

graven, Thomas V. \jTOsFeill, Alonzo 

VDucote, Guy G. ^Parslow, Frederick D. 

JDugan, William F. ^id, Roger D. 

Frederic, Carlos E. Eiffel, Francis A. 

^/Kelly, Thomas J. v^gchimpf, Charles R. G. 
Schneider, Matthew P. 



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FIRST ENGLISH 



Adams, P. Louis 
I Budd, Robert E. 

(Byrne, Thomas 

*Cady, Thomas J. 

Costello, Christopher H. 

Costello, Henry M. 

Dowe, J. Carroll 

Fabacher, Lawrence B. 

Firment, Aiaric G. 
Y^Suerra, Louis V. 
>J/Iahn, Albert J. 

Jones, Hugh T. 

Jumonville, Leonce J. 

v^Veis, 



vKevlin, Edward J. 
vising, W. Homer . 
'^Medina, Manuel 
Monahan, John J. 
^Moore, William L. 
.^loreda, John 
XD'Porinell, H. Alvin 
/<&ichard, C. Leo 
Roy, Curtis C. 
Stewart, Raymond A. 
vVeltin, Arthur 
/Viguerie, John P. 
Wagner, Edward C. 
Walter H. 



SECOND ENGLISH 



// 



Ashurst, Jordan V. 

Balbontin, Romeo M. 

Black, Clarence L. 

Bodin, John R. 

Bordelon, Martin 

Budd, Murphy Foster 

Concannon, Jasper J. 
vDevinney, C. Calvin 

Dossman, Andrew 
tDowe, Flurrence A. 
vJDrago, R # Lee 

Farrell, J. Glenn 

Fucich, Vladimir 

Gallagher, C. Stapleton 

Glynn, Alfred 

Gonzalez, W. Bowen 

Gregory, Denis L. 
| Gremillion, Herbert C. 



lHale, Thomas P. 

JHudson, J. Manning 

Irvine, Francis E. 
[Irving, George S. 
Vjett, Carl E. 
l-Lowenstein, Henry C. 

jJVfartel, Alcide A. 

McKnight, Matthew A. 
j/McNamara, Daniel B. 

Murray, Joseph 

Nelson, Louis 

Neuburger, Lawrence B, 

iReiss, Norman J. 

Sandoz, Joseph K. 

Schimpf, Tillmon K. 
\jfrolio, John 

Trosclair, Alfred J. 

Turregano, A. Rothery 



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THIRD ENGLISH 



/^A^teta, Faustus 
■^Bonvillain, Charles N. 
^Bourgeois, Lawrence L. 
v/Chappuis, Guy J. 
^jammings, Maurice F. 
v/D^lbor, Felix J. 
UE5anos, Arthur J. 
(Garbarino, John W. 
^ftamilton, J. Percy C. 
/^farrigan, Raymond H. 

vS-em 



UHorkan, John 
Mtlingman, Henry 
kLarrea, Albert L. 
VMendiolea, Manuel 
^Meyer, Edwin L. 
.Xogueras, Charles C. 
uOrsi, Francis A. 
^laniol, Jaime 
vSarphy, Edward 
'■"Serin eider, Claude W. 
pere, Roch 



PREPARATORY 



c 



-^Clerici, Francis A. 
/^Fernandez, Fernando 
/Horkan, Thomas 
^Cange, Sidney A. 
^I^arrea, Anthony A. 

^orere, Francis C. 

Peon, Joaquin 



^•Roca, Manuel 
* Rosado, Alvaro 
^-Siguere, Charles G. 

Siguere, E. Albert 
'.Skinner, Stanford J. 
^ttderman, Adolph D. 

Van Heuvel, James M. 







48 
A. M. D. G. 



SOCIETIES 



SODALITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY 

The object of this Society is to cultivate among its mem- 
bers a religious spirit and the practice of devotion to the 
Mother of God. 

OFFICERS 



Rev. Amadeus Guyol, S. J Director 

R. M. Breard Prefect 

F. J .Voorhies First Assistant 

A. J. Vizard _ Second Assistant 

F. L. Barker Secretary 

J. R. Garber 

A - J- Danos ( Consultors 

L. J. Blouin 

D. L. Austin 

J. M. Supple ) Sacristans 

F. P. Chalin ) 

J. L. Lavretta Organist 

R. M. Stafford Reader 



MEMBERS 



P. L. Adams 
C. J. Bordelon 
L. L. Bordelon 
S. J. Bourgeois 
P. C. Burguieres 
T. J. Burns 
J. E. Deegan 
J. D. Fossier 
H. R. Kevlin 



T. J. Kelly 
P. T. Landry 
E. J. Lebeau 
R. L. Levert 
J. A. McAfee 
J. Murray 
D. A. Neely 
J. P. Nelson 
A. O'Neill 



F. D. Parslow 
R. D. Reid 
F. A. Riffel 
W. A. Schmitt 
J. E. Toomey 
P. J. Turregano 
V. J. Vila 
J. T. Wap-ner 
P. W. Walsh 



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Society of the Holy Angels 



This Society has for its object to foster among the 
younger students a spirit of filial love for the Blessed Virgin, 
the Queen of Angels, and to encourage them in the practice 
of virtue and piety. 

OFFICERS 

Rev. J. O'Reilly, S. J Director 

A. J. Touart Prefect 

J. T. Bauer 1st Assistant 

A. T. Beary 2nd Assistant 

S. F. Braud ) c 

~ . , , L Secretaries 

G. A. Eebaron 

C A. Olivier V 

K. P. Leche } Consultors 

J. E. O'Flinn ) . 

■d t? \ 1 - Sacristans 

B. F. Alvarez \ 

MEMBERS 



A. C. Ball 
R. M. Brooks 
A. Dossman 
R. L. Drago 
H. A. Frederic 
C. S. Gallagher 



C. J. Hollar.:! M. E. Neely 

E. J. Kevlin P. P. Patout 

T. M. McDonough C. J. Schatzman 
J. J. McHardy M. P. Schneider 

F. A. Meyer C. N. Touart 
H. A. Munson 



CANDIDATES 



J. T. Alvarez 
E. Andrepont 
J. E. Cox 
J. H. d'Aquin 
M. H. Diaz 
B. A. Dolson 



F. A. Dowe 
J. C. Dowe 
W. P. Ducote 
T. C. Grace 
L. V. Guerra 
T. P. Hale 

G. E. Mayer 



D. B. McNamara 
H. A. O'Connell 

E. A. Plauche 
J. K. Sandoz 

F. L. Prohaska 
A. R. Turregano 



50 



THE APOSTLESHIP OF PRAYER 



in union with 



THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS 



This Association aims at training its members in the 
practice of prayer and other good works, by seeking in them 
the interests of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, viz: "The glory 
of God and the salvation of souls." 



Rev. P. J. Philippe, S. J Director 

PROMOTERS 



First Division 

F. J. Voorhies (Chief) 

C. H. Adams 

L. J. Blouin 

A. J. Danos 

H. R. Kevlin . 

J. P. Nelson 

J. G. Parslow 



Third Division 

S. Klosky 

M. F. Cummings 



Second Division 

A. J. Touart (Chief) 

J. T. Bauer 

A. T. Beary 

S. F. Braud 

K. P. Leche 

T. M. McDonough 

M. P. Schneider 



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ALTAR BOYS' ASSOCIATION 



This Society is established to add -solemnity to Divine 
Worship and to cherish in the hearts of its members devotion 
to the Blessed Sacrament. 



OFFICERS 

Mr. T. S. King, S. J Director 

A. J. Touart President 

A. T. Beary Secretary 

B. F. Alvarez Censor 

S. F. Braud Instructor 



MEMBERS 



J. T. Bauer 
R. M. Brooks 
J. E. Cox 
F. A. Dowe 
J. C. Dowe 
C. S. Gallagher 
L. V. Guerra 
T. P. Hale 
C. J. Holland 
B. A. Dolson 



G. A. Le Baron 
K. P. Leche 
G. L. Mayer 
T. M . McDonough 
F. A. Meyer 
H. A. Munson 
J. E. O'Flinn 
C. A. Olivier 
P. I. Parslow 
C. N. Touart 



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LITERARY SOCIETIES 



The object of these Societies is the cultivation of elo- 
quence by means of debates, dramatic readings and declama- 
tions. 

SENIOR 



OFFICERS 

Rev. A. Guyol, S. J Moderator 

First Term Second Term 

R. M. Breard S. L. Kelly. President 

W. M. Walsh J. E. Deegan Secretary 

D. L. Austin T. J. Burns Censor 



L. L. Bordelon 
J. J. Brown 
T. V. Craven 



MEMBERS 
A. J. Danos 
E. E. Escalante 
J. R. Garber 
J. P. Nelson 



W. A. Schmitt 
J. M. Supple 
A. J. Vizard 



JUNIOR 



OFFICERS 

Rev. E. I. Fazakerley, S. J Moderator 

J. E. O'Flinn President 

A. T. Beary Secretary 

B. F. Alvarez Censor 



J. T. Alvarez 
J. T. Bauer 
C. L. Black 
S. F. Braud 
R. M. Brooks 
J. E. Cox 
J. K. Daly 
C. S. Gallagher 



MEMBERS 

M. H. Diaz 

B. A. Dolson 

T. C. Grace 

D. L. Gregory 

G. B. Finch 

T. P. Hale 

G. A. Le Baron 

K. P. Leche 

T. M. McDonough 



J. J. McHardy 
H. A. Munson 
H. A. O'Connell 
P. I. Parslow 
C. J. Schatzman 
M. P. Schneider 
C. N. Touart 
A. R. Turregano 



S3 

The Spring Hill Review 

Published by 

The Students of Spring Hill College 

Mobile, Alabama 

STAFF 

Rev. P. Cronin, S.J Director 

R. M. Breard Editor-in-Chief 

ASSOCIATE EDITORS 

D - L - Austin l College Notes 

S. L. Kelly j & 

J. R. Garber Societies 

R. L. Levert Athletics 

H. C. Adams Alumni 

W. A. Schmitt Exchanges 

G. A. Le Baron j Junior Noteg 

C. A. Olivier J 

BUSINESS MANAGERS 

T. J. Burns W. M. Walsh 

J. E. Deegan 
i 

Remittances, literary contributions and business letters 

should be addressed: 

THE SPRING HILL REVIEW 
Spring Hill College 

Mobile, Ala. 



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Philharmonic Societies 



The object of these Societies is to add solemnity to reli- 
gious and literary festivals and to give the members an oppor- 
tunity of improving themselves in the practice of instrumental 
music. 

SENIOR BRASS BAND 

OFFICERS 

Mr. J. C. Kearns, S. J President 

Prof. A. J. Staub, Mus. D Director 

R # M. Breard Vice-President 

J. P. Nelson Secretary and Treasurer 

J. E. Deegan Censor 

MEMBERS 

Rev. P. J. Philippe, S. J. Rev. C. Ruhlmann, S. J. 

A. Bloch L. J. Jumonville 

L. L. Bordelon J. L. Lavretta 

P. C. Burguieres D. A. Neely 

W. F. Dugan C. R. Schimpf 

E. E. Escalante S. B. Simon 
J. E. Toomey 

JUNIOR BRASS BAND 

OFFICERS 

Mr. T. A. Cronin, S. J President 

Prof. A. J. Suffich, Mus. B Director 

A. J. Touart Vice-President 

B. D. Alvarez Secretary 

K. P. Leche Censor 

MEMBERS 

Mr. C. King, S. J. B. A. Dolson E. L. Meyer 

J. T. Alvarez J. J. Dolson F. A. Meyer 

J. R. Bodin H. A. Frederic C. J. Schatzman 

D. E. Braud A. J. Hahn C. W. Suderman 

R. M. Brooks J. P. C. Hamilton C. N. Touart 

T. M. McDonough 



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COLLEGE CHOIR 



OFFICERS 

Rev. A. J. Snebelen, S. J Director 

Prof. A. J. Staub, Mus. D Organist 



MEMBERS 



C. H. Adams 

D. L. Austin 
T. J. Burns 
J. E. Deegan 



J. E. Toomey 



E. E. Escalante 
J. L. Lavretta 
J. A. McAfee 
J. P. Nelson 



JUNIOR CHOIR MEMBERS 



B. A. Dolson Organist 



J. T. Alvarez 
A. T. Beary 
C. L. Black 
J. R. Bodin 
S. F. Braud 
J. K. Daly 



J. H. d'Aquin 
M. H. Diaz 

F. C. Dowe 

G. B. Finch 
H. A. Frederic 
T. C. Grace 



L. V. Guerra 
C. J. Holland 
W. H. Kelly 
J. J. McHardy 
H. A. Munson 
A. R. Turregano 



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COLLEGE ORCHESTRA 



OFFICERS 
Rev. C. Ruhlmann, S. J. 
Prof. A. J. Staub, Mus. D. Prof. A. J. Suffich, Mus. B. 



Rev. P. J. Philippe, S. 

R. M. Balbontin 

R. M. Breard 

T. J. Burns 

J. E. Deegan 

M. H. Diaz 

B. A. Dolson 

R. L. Drago 

W. F. Dugan 

E. E. Escalante 

L. B. Fabacher 



MEMBERS 
J. 



H. A. Frederic 
L. J. Jumonville 
J. L. Lavretta 
K. P. Leche 
M. Medina 
E. L. Meyer 
P. I. Parslow 
C. R. Schimpf 
S. B. Simon 
J. E. Toomey 
A. J. Touart 



C. N. Touart 



COLLEGE GLEE CLUB 

OFFICERS 

Mr. J. C. Kearns, S. J Moderator 

V. J. Vila President 

J. E. Deegan. Vice-President 

A. J. Vizard Secretary and Treasurer 

S. B. Simon. . Director and Accompanist 



MEMBERS 



F. L. Barker 
L. L. Bordelon 
R. M. Breard 
P. C. Burguieres 
T. J. Burns 
W. F. Dugan 
E. E. Escalante 



L. B. Fabacher 
J. D. Fossier 
H. R. Kevlin 
J. L. Lavretta 
J. P. Nelson 
F. A. RirTel 
W. A. Schmitt 



J. M. Supple 



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READING ROOM ASSOCIATIONS 



These Associations are intended to encourage useful read- 
ing among the students. During the hours of recreation, 
they may have access to libraries of more than two thousand 
volumes on various subjects by the best ancient and modern 
writers. 



SENIOR LIBRARY 

OFFICERS 

Mr. F. D. Sullivan, S. J Director 

D. L. Austin 1 President 

S. L. Kelly Vice-President 

J. M. Supple Treasurer 

J. P. Nelson Librarian 

JUNIOR LIBRARY 

OFFICERS 

Mr. C. A. King, S. J Director 

A. J. Touart President 

J. T. Bauer Vice-President 

T. M. McDonough Treasurer 

T - C - Grace ! Librarian 

K. P. Leche i 

THIRD DIVISION LIBRARY 

OFFICERS 

Mr. J. Higgins, S. J Director 

A. J. Colomb President 

T. C. Lawless Vice-President 

G. J. Chappuis Treasurer 

VV. W. Weatherly j Librarian 

N. A. Portocarrero 



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BILLIARD ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS 

Mr. F. D. Sullivan, S. J Moderator 

A. J. Vizard President 

F. L. Barker Treasurer 

J. E. Deegan Censor 



GYMNASIUM ASSOCIATIONS 
SENIOR 

OFFICERS 

Mr. F. D. Sullivan, S. J Moderator 

R. M. Breard President 

W. M. Walsh Treasurer 

F. P. Chalin Censor 

JUNIOR 

OFFICERS 

Mr. C. A. King, S. J Moderator 

S. F. Braud President 

C. J. Schatzman Vice-President 

W. P. Ducote Treasurer 



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UoIl of potter 



The following students were distinguished during the 
year for good conduct and application to study. 

(The Highest Number of Marks Attainable is 100) 
SENIOR DIVISION 

BARKER, FRANCIS L 100 

BLOCH, ARNOLD 100 

BORDELON, LESTER L 100 

BURGUIERES, PATOUT C 100 

COSTELLO, HENRY M 100 

DEEGAN, JOHN E 100 

DELAUNE, FELIX J 100 

KELLY, THOMAS J 100 

KEVLIN, HENRY R 100 

LABORDE, CLIFFE E 100 

NICROSI, WILLIAM K 100 

PLAUCHE, CHARLES H 100 

STAFFORD, RALPH M 100 

SEMPERE, ROCH 100 

SUPPLE, JOSEPH M 100 

VOORHIES, FRANCIS J 100 

DUCOTE, GUY G 99 

FREDERIC, CARLOS E 99 

GARBER, JAMES R 99 

LANDRY, PAUL T 99 

MEDINA, MANUEL 99 

O'NEILL, ALONZO 99 

SIMON, SIDNEY B 99 - 

BLOUIN, LEON J 98 

DANOS, ALBERT J 98 

BORDELON, CLIFFORD J 97 

BORDELON, MARTIN 97 

BOURGEOIS, SIDNEY J 97 

CHALIN, FREDERICK P 97 



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escalante, ermilo e 97 

vizard, anthony j 97 

austin, d. lawrence 96 

dugan, william f 96 

gremillion, herbert c 96 

irving, george s 96 

roy, curtis c 96 

riffel, francis a 95 

chappuis, claude l 94 

schimpf, charles r 94 

schmitt, william a 94 

toomey, john e. 94 

breard, robert m 93 

king, w. homer 92 

Mcknight, matthew a 92 

craven, thomas v 91 

glynn, alfred 91 

firment, alaric g 91 

levert, robert l 91 

parslow, frederick d 91 

walsh, william m 91 

burns, thomas j 90 

nelson, john p 90 

fossier, j. d'hamecourt 89 

jumonville, leonce j 89 

monahan, john j 88 

vila, vincent j 87 

murray, joseph 86 

breard, albert g 85 

becker, john t 83 

viguerie, john p 82 

junior division 

bauer, john t 100 

braud, daunis e. 100 

braud, sidney f 100 

gallagher, c. stapleton 100 

hale, thomas p 100 

kelly, w. henry 100 



61 



LE BARON, GILBERT A 100 

LECHE, KARL P 100 

MAYER, GEORGE L 100 

McHARD Y, JAMES J 100 

MEYER, FRANCIS A 100 

O'FLINN, JOHN E 100 

OLIVIER, CHARLES A 100 

PARSLOW, PAUL 1 100 

PLANIOL, JAIME 100 

TOUPS, LAWRENCE L 100 

VOORHIES, SIDNEY C 100 

ALVAREZ, BERNARDINO F 99 

HAHN, ALBERT J 99 

KEVLIN, EDWARD J 99 

PATOUT, PHILIP P 99 

PROHASKA, FRANCIS L 99 

SANDOZ, JOSEPH K 99 

TOUART, ANTHONY J 98 

DIAZ, M. HUMBERT 98 

GRACE, THOMAS C 98 

SCHATZMAN, CARLING J 98 

SCHNEIDER, MATTHEW P 98 

TOUART, ANTHONY J 98 

BALL, A. CARON 96 

DOLSON, BENJAMIN A 96 

DOWE, J. CARROLL 96 

FINCH, GREGORY B 96 

MORESI, LOUIS R 96 

PEON, JOAQUIN 96 

DOWE, FLURRENCE A 94 

ARTETA, FAUSTUS 93 

BEARY, ANDREW T 92 

D'AQUIN, J. HOLLIDAY 92 

DOSSMANN, ANDREW 92 

PLAUCHE, LEE A 92 

ALVAREZ, JOSEPH T 90 

D'ALBOR, FELIX J 90 

McDONOUGH, THOMAS M 90 

NEUBURGER, LAWRENCE B 90 



62 

SPINNER, ANDREW E 90 

DRAGO, R. LEE 88 

DOLSON, JAMES J 88 

HOLLAND, CHARLES J 88 

SCHNEIDER, CLAUDE W 88 

TARLETON, FRANCIS S 87 

MEYER, EDWIN L 86 

TURREGANO, A. ROTHERY 86 

ABADIE, LAWRENCE P 85 

GARBARINO, JOHN W 85 

MUNSON, HENRY A 85 

SCHIMPF, TILLMON K 84 

ORSI, FRANCIS A 83 

THIRD DIVISION 

BARKER, WILLIAM E 100 

REGIL, ALVARO DE 100 

WEATHERLY, WALLACE W 98 

MILLER, WILLIAM A 96 

SMITH, FRANCIS L 96 

BERTHELOT, JOSEPH A 93 

CHAPPUIS, GUY J 92 

COLOMB, ALLAN J 92 

LAWLESS, T. CLARENCE 92 

RIVES, JOHN B 92 

MORERE, FRANCIS C 90 

PORTOCARRERO, NESTOR A 90 

HARRIGAN, RAYMOND II 89 

KLOSKY, SIMON 89 

ROCA, MANUEL 88 

DUBUISSON, GEORGE W 87 

PETERS, THOMAS K 87 

HORKAN, THOMAS 86 

SKINNER, STANFORD J 86 

HORKAN, GEORGE A 85 

SUDERMAN, ADOLPH D 85 

VAN HEUVEL, JOHN W 84 

LARREA, ANTHONY A 82 

POTTER, THOMAS Y 82 



63 



A. M. D. G. 



Seventy-Eighth 



Annual Commencement 



of 



Spring Hill College 



Thursday, June 18, 1908 



AT 8:30 A. M, 



65 

program 



OVERTURE— The Barber of Seville Rossini 

College Orchestra 

SALUTATORY William M. Walsh 

RONDO, from Quartette for Strings and Flute Mozart 

Violin— W. F. Dugan Cello— A. J. Suffich 
Viola— A. J. Staub Flute— K. P. Leche 

RECITATION— How Salvador Won Wilcox 

Bernardino F. Alvarez 

WALTZ— Balmy Night Ziehrer 

College Orchestra 

DISCOURSE— The Principles of True Education 

Hon. George J. Sullivan, LL. D. 

VIOLIN SOLO — Ballade et Polonaise Vieuxtemps 

William F. Dugan 

RECITATION— The Baron's Last Banquet Green 

Andrew T. Beary 

WALTZ— A Ouoi Pensez Vous ? (Berger) 

Arr. by A. J. Suffich 
College Orchestra 

ADDRESS TO THE GRADUATES 

— Rt. Rev. Edward P. Allen, D. D. 

CHORUS— SPRING PULL A. J. Staub 

First Tenor— R. M. Breard, J. L. Lavretta, L. B. Fabacher 
Second Tenor — D. L. Austin, T. J. Burns, J. E. Deegan 
First Bass — P. C. Burguieres, J. P. Nelson, W. F. Dugan 
Second Bass — F. L. Barker, E. E. Escalante, V. J. Vila 

VALEDICTORY . Robert M. Breard 

PIANO DUET— Operatic Selections Lysberg 

S. B. Simon, A. J. Staub 
CONFERRING OF DEGREES- 
AWARD OF MEDALS.. Very Rev. President 

POLONAISE SPRINGHILLIENNE A. J. Staub 

College Orchestra 



66 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF LAWS 



WAS CONFERRED UPON 



THE HONORABLE GEORGE J. SULLIVAN, A. M. 



67 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 



WAS CONFERRED UPON 



^J. EARLE MANNOCCIR, A. B. v 



68 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 



WAS CONFERRED UPON 



Y ^FRANCIS A. OLIVIER^ 
» >FRANCIS L. BARKER / 

" i-D. LAWRENCE AUSTIN / 
* 'ROBERT M. BREARD V 
y £,PATOUT C. BURGUIERES/ 
ANTHONY J. VIZARD u 

V /JOSEPH M. SUPPLE 

WILLIAM M. WALSH 

^ ERMILO E. ESCALANTEV 

< ^ROBERT L. LEVERT • 

THOMAS J. BURNS V 

u^i/LESTER L. BORDELON J 

ALBERT J. DANOS / 

'/DANIEL J. ORY (June 24, 1907)/ 



THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE CLASS 
WERE WON BY 

FRANCIS A. OLIVIER 



69 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



WAS CONFERRED UPON 

• ^HENRY R. KEVLIN / 

• ^K>HN E. DEEGAN / 

^ ^WILLIAM A. SCHMITT ^ 
• Z^PAUL T. LANDRY • 

¥ JOSEPH G. PARSLQW S 
>/ ^SIDNEY B. SIMON^ 
V ^VINCENT J. VILA 
r .OSCAR J. REYNAUD (June 24, 1907)7 



THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE CLASS 
WERE WON BY 

HENRY R. KEVLIN 

TO WHOM WAS AWARDED 

A GOLD MEDAL 

IN MEMORY OF A FORMER MEMBER OF THE CLASS 

THOMAS M. MAXENT 

DONOR 

MISS D. C. MURPHY 
New Orleans, La. 



70 



PROGRAM 

locution Contest, IN/1 ay 31st, 1908 



FIRST SECTION 

Deer Hunt Galop Arr. by A.J. Staub 

College Orchestra 

How Salvador Won Wilcox 

B. F. Alvarez 

The Parting of Marmion and Douglas Scott 

L. L. Bordelon 

Bernardo del Carpio ..Hemans 

T. V. Craven 

Wolsey's Soliloquy Shakespeare 

S. V. Riffel 

The Black Horse and His Rider ...Shepard 

W. M. Walsh 

SECOND SECTION 

The Progress of Madness ....Lewis 

P. h. Adams 

Catiline's Defiance Crowley 

J. T. Alvarez 

The Baron's Last Banquet Green 

. A. T Beary 

Piano Solo. Weber 

S. B. Simon 

The Uncle Anonymous 

B. A. Dolson 

Catiline's Defiance Crozvley 

L. V. Guerra 

The African Chief Bryant 

H. A.Munson 

The Battle of Fontenoy Davis 

H. A. O'Connell 

Parrhasius and the Captive Willis 

R. M. Stafford 

The Song of the Market Place Anonymous 

F. L. Smith 

The Parting of Marmion and Douglas Scott 

A. R. Turregano 

Waltz by Berger Arr. by A.J. Suffich 

College Orchestra 

DECISION OF JUDGES 

JU DOES 

William O. Cowley, 

Tisdale J. Touart, 

Mr. Sidney Lowenstein 



71 

Award of Medals 



The Bishop's Memorial Medal 

FOUNDED 



BY THE LATE 



RT. REV. BISHOP O'SULLIVAN, D. D. 



FOR 



Excellence in Christian Doctrine 



AND 



Ecclesiastical History 

WAS MERITED BY 

grands CL (Dlttner 

NEXT IN MERIT 

ROBERT M. BREARD JOHN J. BROWN 

Matter for Examination: 

1. St. Matthew's Gospel cc. I-XVIII 

2. A Brief History of the Church 

3. The Whole of Deharbe's Catechism 



72 



The Gold Medal 



FOR THE 



Best Examination in Catechism 



WAS MERITED BY 



3ames 3. IHc^arbxj 

NEXT IN MERIT 

DAUNIS E. BRAUD THOMAS C. GRACE 

RALPH M. STAFFORD 

Subject Matter 

The Entire Catechism of the Council of Baltimore 

DONOR 

REV. THOMAS D. MADDEN, S. J. 
Macon, Ga. 



73 

The Gold Medal 

FOR 

Good Conduct 

IN THE SENIOR DIVISION 
WAS MERITED BY 

fUtlf Jtt. gtafifosb 

DONOR 

DR. ANGELO FESTORAZZI 
Mobile, Ala. 

PREMIUM 

FRANCIS J. VOORHIES 

DISTINGUISHED 

ALBERT J. DANOS D. LAWRENCE AUSTIN 

JOHN E. DEEGAN FRANCIS L. BARKER 

PATOUT C. BURGUIERES PAUL T. LANDRY 

ROBERT M. BREARD CLIFFE E. LABORDE 

ANTHONY J. VIZARD SIDNEY J. BOURGEOIS 



N. B.— The Gold Medals for Good Conduct have been 
awarded by the votes of the students with the approbation of 
the Faculty. 



74 

The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Good Conduct 

IN THE JUNIOR DIVISION 
WAS MERITED BY 

DONOR 

REV. DANIEL J. MURPHY, S. J. 

Mobile, Ala. 

PREMIUM 
SIDNEY F. BRAUD 

DISTINGUISHED 

ANTHONY J. TOUART FRANCIS L. PROHASKA 

ANDREW T. BEARY PHILIP P. PATOUT 

DAUNIS E. BRAUD LOUIS E. MORESI 

PAUL I. PARSLOW JOHN E. O'FLINN 

C. S. GALLAGHER GEORGE L. MAYER 



75 

The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Good Conduct 

IN THE THIRD DIVISION 

WAS MERITED BY 

DONOR 

REV. JOHN J. SHERRY, S. J. 

Augusta, Ga. 

PREMIUM 
WILLIAM E. BARKER 

DISTINCxUISHED 

GUY J. CHAPPUIS ADOLPH D. SUDERMAN 

FRANCIS L. SMITH JOHN B. RIVES 

J. A. BERTHELOT N. R. PORTOCARRERO 



76 

The Gold Medal 



FOR THE 



Best Composition 



IN 



Mental Philosophy 



WAS MERITED BY 



Jfitnnzm JL ©Ititre* 



DISTINGUISHED 

ROBERT M. BREARD WILLIAM M. WALSH 

D. LAWRENCE AUSTIN FRANCIS L BARKER 



Subject: The Immortality of the Soul 

DONOR 

MISS NOMA GRILLO 

Natchez, Miss. 



77 

The Gold Medal 



FOR THE 

Best English Composition 

WAS MERITED BY 

NEXT IN MERIT 

WILLIAM A. SCHMITT JAMES R. GARBER 

RALPH M. STAFFORD JAMES E. DUGGAN 

H. ALVIN O'CONNELL JOHN E. DEEGAN 

DONOR 

VERY REV. C. T. O'CALLAGHAN, D. D., V. G. 
Mobile, Ala. 



78 

The Gold Medal 



FOR THE 



Best Latin Composition 



WAS MERITED BY 



J> Jateeicce ^m&ixt 



NEXT IN MERIT 
CHARLES A. OLIVIER FRANCIS A. OLIVIER 

ANTHONY J. TOUART ROBERT M. BREARD 

DONOR 

REV. D. SAVAGE, D. D. 

Montgomery, Ala. 



79 

The Gold Medal 



FOR THE 



Best Greek Composition 



WAS MERITED BY 



^ttttamg J* €ixxmtl 



NEXT IN MERIT 



FRANCIS A. OLIVIER D. LAWRENCE AUSTIN 



DONOR 

DR. T. A. DUGGAN 
New Orleans, La. 



The Gold Medal 

FOR THE 

Best Examination in Latin Grammar 

Open to the Members 
of the 

SECOND ACADEMIC CLASS, SECTIONS A AND B 

WAS MERITED BY 

Jaxttras (£♦ Qrtmit 

DONOR 

AN ALUMNUS 
New Orleans, La. 

DISTINGUISHED 

JOHN B. RIVES ANDREW A. SPINNER 

LEE A: PLAUCHE LAWRENCE L. TOUPS 

FRANCIS L. SMITH. 



81 

The Gold Hedal 



FOR THE BEST EXAMINATION IN 



The Physical Sciences 



WAS MERITED BY 



grands CL (Dinner 



NEXT IN MERIT 

HENRY R. KEVLIN 

DONOR 

MR. HENRY KEVLIN 

Orange Walk, British Honduras 



82 

The Gold Hedal 

for' 



Excellence in Mathematics 

(FIRST GRADE— ALGEBRA) 
WAS MERITED BY 

NEXT IN MERIT 



JOHN T. BAUER W. HENRY KELLY 

CHARLES A. OLIVIER J. CARROLL DOWE 



DONOR 

MR. J. GOLDSTEIN 

Mcbile, Ala. 



83 

The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Excellence in Mathematics 

(SECOND GRADE— ARITHMETIC) 
WAS MERITED BY 

3dm §*♦ ptas 

NEXT IN MERIT 

JOHN T. BECKER JOSEPH T. ALVAREZ 

FRANCIS A. MEYER FLURRENCE A. DOWE 

THOMAS C. GRACE 

DONOR 

MAJOR PATRICK C. HANNAN 
Mobile, Ala. 



84 

The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Excellence in Elocution 

(FIRST SECTION) 
WAS MERITED BY 



William VTL IPaisf? 



NEXT IN MERIT 

BERNARDINO F. ALVAREZ STEPHEN V. RIFFEL 

DONOR 

MR. JULIUS L. MARX 
Demopolis, Ala. 



85 

The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Excellence in Elocution 

(SECOND SECTION) 
WAS MERITED BY 

CInbretP (L 23ectnj 

NEXT IN MERIT 

RALPH M. STAFFORD FRANCIS A. SMITH 

BENJAMIN A. DOLSON P. LOUIS ADAMS 

DONOR 

MR. SIDNEY LOWENSTEIN 
Mobile, Ala. 



The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Excellence in History 

WAS MERITED BY 

JUL ^fumbtxi Jiaz 

NEXT IN MERIT 

FELIX J. DELAUNE THOMAS P. HALE 

CARLING J. SCHATZMAN D. LAWRENCE AUSTIN 

Matter for Examination 

United States History from the beginning to Washington's 

Administration 

DONOR 

MR. E. G. DREAPER 
Mobile, Ala. 



87 

The Gold Medal 



FOR THE 



HIGHEST AVERAGE ATTAINED IN 

All the Monthly Examinations of the Year 

WAS MERITED BY 

£outs H. ZTIorest 

DONOR 

MRS. P. F. KELLIHER 

Tampa, Fla. 

DISTINGUISHED 

DAUNIS E. BRAUD SIMON KLOSKY 

FRANCIS L. SMITH CHARLES A. OLIVIER 

ALBERT L. LARREA HENRY R. KEVLIN 

FLURRENCE A. DOWE 



The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Penmanship 



WAS MERITED BY 



3osepl? 2C Daly 



NEXT IN MERIT 

BENJAMIN A. DOLSON NORMAN A. McHARDY 

HENRY A. MUNSON FRANCIS A. ORSI 

CHARLES W. SUDERMAN THOMAS Y. POTTER 

THOMAS C. GRACE ALBERT L. LARREA 

GEORGE L. MAYER DAUNIS E. BRAUD 

FRANCIS L. PROHASKA ANTHONY A. LARREA 



(This competition is limited to the lower classes, viz., 
Second and Third Academic, Third English and Preparatory.) 



DONOR 
REV. JOHN W. DUNN 
Mobile, Ala. 



89 

The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Proficiency in the use of Instrument 
in the Senior Brass Band 



WAS MERITED BY 



IPtlltam 5* Dugan 



NEXT IN MERIT 



[. LAWRENCE LAVRETTA JOHN P. NELSON 
ROBERT M. BREARD ERMILO E. ESCALANTE 



DONOR 

MR. JOHN KEARNS 

Louisville, Ky. 



90 

The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Proficiency in the use of Instrument 
in the Junior Brass Band 



WAS MERITED BY 

NEXT IN MERIT 

CLARENCE N. TOUART BENJAMIN A. DOLSOJSf 
FRANCIS A. MEYER DAUNIS E. BRAUD 

DONOR 
A FRIEND 
Mobile, Ala. 



91 



^istribttiimt nf ^xtmmm^ 



GRADUATING CLASSES 



SENIOR 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

FRANCIS A. OLIVIER 

SECOND PREMIUM . 

D. LAWRENCE AUSTIN 

DISTINGUISHED 

FRANCIS L. BARKER ROBERT M. BREARD 

ANTHONY J. VIZARD 



SUPERIOR 



EXCELLENCE 

PREMIUM 

HENRY R. KEVLIN 

DISTINGUISHED 
JOHN E. DEEGAN PAUL T. LANDRY 



92 



CLASSICAL COURSE 



JUN IOR 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Charles A. Olivier 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Leon J. Blouin 

DISTINGUISHED 

James R. Garber Anthony J. Touart 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM • 
Charles A. Olivier 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Anthony J. Touart 

DISTINGUISHED 
Gilbert A. Le Baron Leon J. Blouin 



93 
LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Anthony J. Touart 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Gilbert A. Le Baron 

DISTINGUISHED 

Charles A. Olivier Samuel L. Kelly 

GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Anthony J. Touart 

, SECOND PREMIUM 

Gilbert A. Le Baron 

DISTINGUISHED 

Charles A. Olivier Samuel L. Kelly 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Samuel L. Kelly 

SECOND PREMIUM 

C. Henry Adams 

DISTINGUISHED 
James R. Garber Anthony J. Touart 



94 
TRIGONOMETRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Charles A. Olivier 

SECOND PREMIUM 

C. Henry Adams 

DISTINGUISHED 

Anthony J. Touart , Gilbert A. Le Barcn 

HISTORY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Charles A. Olivier 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Leon J. Blouin 

DISTINGUISHED 
Anthony J. Touart Gilbert A. Le Baron 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Anthony J. Touart 
SECOND PREMIUM 

C. Henry Adams 

DISTINGUISHED 
Samuel L. Kelly John P. Nelson 



95 



Sophomore 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Edward J. Lebeau 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Francis J. Voorhies 

DISTINGUISHED 
Maurice L. Neely Patrick W. Walsh 

John E. Toomey Stephen V. Riffel 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Sidney F. Braud 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Patrick W. Walsh 

DISTINGUISHED 

Francis J. Voorhies Arnold Bloch 

Edward J. Lebeau James E. Duggan 

LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 
James E. Duggan 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Patrick W. Walsh 

DISTINGUISHED 
Francis J. Voorhies Arnold Bloch 

Sidney F. Braud Edward J. Lebeau 



96 
GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Francis J. Voorhies 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Arnold Bloch 

DISTINGUISHED 
Edward J. Lebeau Sidney F. Braud 

Patrick W. Walsh James E. Duggan 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Arnold Bloch 
SECOND PREMIUM 

James E. Duggan 

DISTINGUISHED 
Paul J. Turregano John E. O'Flinn 

Francis J. Voorhies Bernardino F. Alvarez 

GEOMETRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Sidney F. Braud 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Francis J. Voorhies 

DISTINGUISHED 

Patrick W. Walsh Edward J. Lebeau 

William K. Nicrosi James E. Duggan 



97 
HISTORY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Francis J. Voorhies 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Edward J. Lebeau 

DISTINGUISHED 
Maurice L. Neely James E. Duggan 

Sidney F. Braud Patrick W. Walsh 

BOOKKEEPING 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Sidney F. Braud 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Francis J. Voorhies 

DISTINGUISHED 
Patrick W. Walsh A. Caron Ball 

William K. Nicrosi Francis J. Lebeau 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Bernardino F. Alvarez 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Stephen V. Riffel ) 

1 _ \ ex czquo 

John E. O'Flinn I I 

DISTINGUISHED 
Sidney F. Braud Francis J. Voorhies 

James E. Duggan A. Caron Ball 



98 



Freshman 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

. W. Henry Kelly 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Raphael M. Brooks ) 
Felix J. Delaune ) 

DISTINGUISHED 



Ralph M. Stafford 



W. Henry Kelly 



Karl P. Leche 



ex <zquo 



John T. Bauer 



Carling J. Schatzman 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

John T. Bauer 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Carling J. Schatzman 

DISTINGUISHED 

Karl P. Leche 
LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 

John T. Bauer 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Ralph M. Stafford 

DISTINGUISHED 

Andrew T. Beary 



Ralph M. Stafford 



Raphael M. Brooks 



99 

GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 
John T. Bauer 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Karl P. Leche 

DISTINGUISHED 

Raphael M. Brooks W. Henry Kelly 

James J. McHardy 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

W. Henry Kelly 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Ralph M. Stafford 

DISTINGUISHED 

John T. Bauer Ralph M. Stafford 

Sherman P. Pardue 

ALGEBRA 

FIRST PREMIUM 

John T. Bauer 

SECOND PREMIUM 

bherman P. Pardue 

DISTINGUISHED 

W. Henry Kelly Karl P. Leche 

Felix J. Delanne 



100 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

John T. Bauer 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Carling J. Schatzman 

DISTINGUISHED 



Felix J. Delaune 



John T. Bauer 



Karl P. Leche 



Ralph M. Stafford 

BOOKKEEPING 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Felix J. Delaune 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Carling- J. Schatzman 

DISTINGUISHED 

Philip P. Patout 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Andrew T. Beary 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Ralph M. Stafford 

DISTINGUISHED 

Carling J. Schatzman 



W. Henry Kelly 



Ralph M. Stafford 



James J. McHardy 



101 

First Academic 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

John T. Becker 

SECOND PREMIUM 

George L. Mayer 

DISTINGUISHED 
Thomas C. Grace Francis L. Meyer 

Sidney C. Voorhies Paul I. Parslow 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Thomas C. Grace 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Francis A. Meyer 

DISTINGUISHED 

J. Holliday d'Aquin Clarence N. Touart 

George L. Mayer Lawrence Andrepont 

LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Sidney C. Voorhies 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Clarence N. Touart 

DISTINGUISHED 

Thomas C. Grace George L. Mayer 

Francis L. Meyer J. Holliday d'Aquin 



102 
GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Lawrence Andrepont 

SECOND PREMIUM 
George L- Mayer 

DISTINGUISHED 

Thomas C. Grace J. Holliday d'Aqiiin 

Sidney C. Voorhies Francis A. Meyer 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

John T. Becker 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Joseph K. Daly 

DISTINGUISHED 

Thomas M. McDonough Thomas C. Grace 

M. Humbert Diaz Paul I. Parslow 

ALGEBRA 

FIRST PREMIUM 

John T. Becker 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Sidney C. Voorhies 

DISTINGUISHED 
J. Holliday d'Aquin Francis A. Meyer 

Thomas C. Grace Paul I. Parslow 



103 
HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Francis A. Meyer 

SECOND PREMIUM 

M. Humbert Diaz 

DISTINGUISHED 

Lawrence Andrepont Thomas C. Grace 

Sidney C. Voorhies Lawrence P. Abadie 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Benjamin A. Dolson 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Henry A. Munson 

DISTINGUISHED 

M. Humbert Diaz Clarence N. Touart 

Joseph T. Alvarez Joseph K. Daly 



104 



Second Academic 

(Section A) 



Leo E. Olivier 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Daunis E. Braud 
SECOND PREMIUM 
William A. Miller 
DISTINGUISHED 



William A. Miller 



Lee A. Plauche 



Lawrence L. Toups 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Daunis E. Braud 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Andrew E. Spinner 

DISTINGUISHED 

Lawrence L. Toups 

LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Daunis E. Braud 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Francis L. Prohaska 

DISTINGUISHED 

Lawrence L. Toups 



Andrew E. Spinner 



Lee A. Plauche 



Andrew E. Spinner 



Andrew E. Spinner 



William A. Miller 



Daunis E. Braud 



105 
GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Lee A. Plauche 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Lawrence L. Toups 

DISTINGUISHED 

Daunis E. Braud 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Francis L. Prohaska 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Andrew E. Spinner 

DISTINGUISHED 

Francis S. Tarleton 

ARITHMETIC 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Andrew E. Spinner 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Perry H. Walet 
William A. Miller 

DISTINGUISHED 
Albert G Breard 



Francis L. Prohaska 



Daunis E. Braud 



ex cBquo 



Lee A. Plauche 



106 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Daunis E. Braud 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Andrew E. Spinner 

DISTINGUISHED 
Francis L. Prohaska 



William A. Miller 



Francis S. Tarleton 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Jerome Price 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Andrew E. Spinner 

DIS'i INGUISHED 



James J. Dolson 



Francis L. Prohaska 



Leo E. Olivier 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Daunis E. Braud 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Charles W. Suderman 

DISTINGUISHED 

Lee A. Plauche Francis L. Prohaska 

Lawrence L. Toups 



107 



Second Academic 

(Section B) 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Francis L. Smith 

SECOND PREMIUM 

John B. Rives 

George W. Dubuisson j 

DISTINGUISHED 

Allan J. Colomb Thomas Y. Potter 

Nestor A. Portocarrero 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Francis L. Smith 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Simon Klosky 

DISTINGUISHED 

Nestor A. Portocarrero Allan J. Colomb 

Wallace W. Weatherly 

LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 

John B. Rives 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Simon Klosky 

DISTINGUISHED 

Francis L. Smith William E. Barker 

Nestor A. Portocarrero 



108 

. GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Francis L. Smith 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Allan J. Colomb 

DISTINGUISHED 

Simon Klosky Nestor A. Portocarrero 

Thomas K. Peters 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

John B. Rives 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Francis L. Smith 

DISTINGUISHED 

Nestor A. Portocarrero William E. Barker 

Richard J. Ducote 

ARITHMETIC 

FIRST PREMIUM 
John B. Rives 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Francis L. Smith 

DISTINGUISHED 

Nestor A. Portocarrero Allan J. Colomb 

Wallace W. Weatherly 



109 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

John B. Rives 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Simon Klosky 

DISTINGUISHED 

Thomas K. Peters Nestor A. Portocarrero 

Francis L. Smith 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Francis L. Smith 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Allan J. Colomb 

DISTINGUISHED 

Nestor A. Portocarrero Thomas K. Peters 

Clifford A. Adoue 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Nestor A. Portocarrero 

SECOND PREMIUM 

George Horkan 

DISTINGUISHED 

Francis L- Smith Thomas Y. Potter 

Allan J. Colomb 



110 

Third Academic 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
John W. Van Heuvel 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Norman A. McHardy 

DISTINGUISHED 

C. S. Ducote Hebert Paul E. Theard 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Oscar L. Cohen 

SECOND PREMIUM 

W. Charles Roycroft 

DISTINGUISHED 

Norman A. McHardy John W. Van Heuvel 

LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Paul E. Theard 

SECOND PREMIUM 

W. Charles Roycroft 

DISTINGUISHED 

Oscar L. Cohen John W. Van Heuvel 



Ill 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Paul E. Theard 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Oscar L. Cohen 

DISTINGUISHED 
John W. Van Heuvel Norman A. McHardy 

ARITHMETIC 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Paul E. Theard 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Raoul Donde 

DISTINGUISHED 

John W. Van Heuvel Norman A. McHardy 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Norman A. McHardy 

SECOND PREMIUM 

W. Charles Roycroft 

DISTINGUISHED 



Raoul Donde Alvaro de Regil 



112 
ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Samuel G: Neuburger 

SECOND PREMIUM 

C. S. Ducote Hebert 

DISTINGUISHED 

John W. Van Heuvel Alvaro <ie Regil 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Norman A. McHardy 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Raoul Donde 

DISTINGUISHED 

John W. Van Heuvel C. S. Ducote Hebert 







PARLOR, CHAPEL AND CLASS 



113 



ENGLISH COURSE 



Intermediate 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Louis R. Moresi 

SECOND PREMIUM 



Thomas V. Craven ^ 
Frederick D. Parslow j 



DISTINGUISHED 
Roger D. Reid Guy G. Ducote 

John J.Brown William F. Dugan 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Louis R. Moresi 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Thomas V. Craven 

DISTINGUISHED 

Arthur C. Neuburger Charles R. Schimpf 

William F. Dugan Thomas J. Kelly 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Thomas .V Craven 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Roger D. Reid 

DISTINGUISHED 
Louis R. Moresi Arthur C. Neuburger 

William F. Dugan Cliffe E. Laborde 



114 
TRIGONOMETRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Charles R. Schimpf 
SECOND PREMIUM 

Louis R. Moresi 

DISTINGUISHED 
Thomas V. Craven Roger D. Reid 

Cliffe E. ,'Laborde Alonzo O'Neill 

CHEMISTRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Louis R. Moresi 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Roger D. Reid 

DISTINGUISHED 
Guy G. Ducote Cliffe E. Laborde 

Thomas V. Craven John J. Brown 

HISTORY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Thomas V. Craven 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Roger D. Reid 

DISTINGUISHED 
Guy G. Ducote Cliffe E. Laborde 

Louis R. Moresi Frederick D. Parslow 



115 
ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Thomas V. Craven 

SECOND PREMIUM 

ClifTe E. Laborde 
John J. Brown 

DISTINGUISHED 



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Francis A. Riffel 
Charles R. Schimpf 



Roger D. Reid 
Matthew P. Schneider 







116 



First English 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Edward J. Kevlin 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Edward C. Wagner 

DISTINGUISHED 
H. Alvin O'Connell 
J. Carroll Dowe 

Leonce J. Jumonville 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
J. Carroll Dowe 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Edward J. Kevlin 
DISTINGUISHED 



Albert J. Hahn 

H. Alvin O'Connell 



Curtis C. Roy 
P. Louis Adams 



Louis V. Guerra 
Manuel Medina 



Henry M. Costello 
ENGLISH 

SECOND PREMIUM 

H. Alvin O'Connell 

FIRST PREMIUM 

J. Carroll Dowe 

DISTINGUISHED 

Edward C. Wagner 
Edward J. Kevlin 

Christopher H. Costello 



Albert J. Hahn 
Manuel Medina 



117 

GEOMETRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
J. Carroll Dowe 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Albert J. Halm 

DISTINGUISHED 

H. Alvin O'Connell Louis V. Guerra 

Edward J. Kevlin Henry M. Costello 

Manuel Medina 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Albert J. Hahn 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Louis V. Guerra 

DISTINGUISHED 

Edward J. Kevlin Curtis C. Roy 

H. Alvin O'Connell Alaric G. Firment 

Manuel Medina 

BOOKKEEPING 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Henry R. Kevlin 
SECOND PREMIUM 
H. Alvin O'Connell 

DISTINGUISHED 

J. Carroll Dowe Albert J. Hahn 

Louis V. Guerra Manuel Medina 

John Moreda 



118 
ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
H. Alvin O'Connell 
SECOND PREMIUM 

Louis V. Guerra 

DISTINGUISHED 

John J. Monahan John P. Viguerie 

P. Louis Adams Edward J. Kevlin 

J. Carroll Dowe 



119 



Second English 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Joseph K. Sandoz 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Clarence L. Black 

DISTINGUISHED 
A. Rothery Turregano Thomas P # Hale 

Flurrence A. Dowe C. Stapleton Gallagher 

Alfred J. Trosclair John Trolio 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Flurrence A. Dowe 
SECOND PREMIUM 

Thomas P. Hale 

DISTINGUISHED 
Lawrence B. Neuburger Norman J. Reiss 

Clarence L. Black Joseph K. Sandoz 

A. Rothery Turregano Romeo M. Balbontin 

ENGLISH 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Thomas P. Hale 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Flurrence A. Dowe 

DISTINGUISHED 
Clarence L. Black C. Stapleton Gallagher 

A. Rothery Turregano Joseph K. Sandoz 

Lawrence B. Neuburger Alfred J. Trosclair 



120 

ALGEBRA 

FlRSx' PREMIUM 

Flurrence A. Dowe 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Romeo M. Balbontin 

DISTINGUISHED 

Norman J. Reiss Thomas P. Hale 

Clarence L. Black Andrew Dossmann 

A. Rothery Turregano Lawrence B. Neuburger 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Flurrence A. Dowe 
SECOND PREMIUM 

Clarence L. Black 

DISTINGUISHED 

Romeo M. Balbontin Thomas P. Hale 

Lawrence B. Neuburger George S. Irving 

Norman J. Reiss Denis L. Gregory 

BOOKKEEPING 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Tillmon K. Schimpf 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Alfred J. Trosclair 

DISTINGUISHED 
Flurrence A. Dowe John Trolio 

Francis E. Irvine John R. Bodin 

A. Rothery Turregano C. Stapleton Gallagher 



121 
ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Clarence L. Black 

SECOND PREMIUM 

A. Rothery Turregano 

DISTINGUISHED 

Daniel Bl McNamara Norman J. Reiss 

C. Stapleton Gallagher Lawrence B. Neuburger 

Flurrence A. Dowe Joseph Murray 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Francis E. Irvine 

SECOND PREMIUM 

John Trolio 

DISTINGUISHED 

Clarence L. Black Flurrence A. Dowe 

C. Stapleton Gallagher Herbert C. Gremillion 

Joseph K. Sandoz A. Rothery Turregano 



122 



Third English 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Felix J. D'Albor 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Albert L. Larrea 
DISTINGUISHED 

Francis A. Orsi Charles N. Bonvillain 

Guy J. Chappuis 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Albert L. Larrea 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Guy J. Chappuis 

DISTINGUISHED 

Felix J. L Albor Charles N. Bonvillain 

Raymond H. Harrigan 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Albert L. Larrea 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Charles N. Bonvillain 

DISTINGUISHED 

Raymond H. Harrigan Guy J. Chappuis 

J. Percy C. Hamilton 



123 

ARITHMETIC 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Albert L. Larrea 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Guy J. Chappuis 
DISTINGUISHED 

Thomas Byrne Roch Sempere 

Charles N. Bonvillain 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Albert J. Larrea 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Maurice F. Cummings 

DISTINGUISHED 

J. Percy C. Hamilton Charles Bonvillain 

Manuel Mendiolea 

SPELLING 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Francis A. Orsi 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Albert L. Larrea 

DISTINGUISHED 

Felix J. D'Albor J. Percy C. Hamilton 

Edwin L. Meyer 



124 
ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Henry Klingman 

SECOND PREMIUM 

J. Percy C. Hamilton 

DISTINGUISHED 

John Horkan Maurice F. Cummings 

Charles N. Bonvillain 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Albert L. Larrea 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Francis A. Orsi 

DISTINGUISHED 
J. Percy C. Hamilton John Horkan 

Roch Sempere 









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Preparatory Course 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Adolph D. Suderman 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Francis A. Clerici 

DISTINGUISHED 

Francis C. Morere Thomas Horkan 

Anthony A. Larrea 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Thomas Horkan 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Adolph D. Suderman 

DISTINGUISHED 

Anthony A. Larrea Francis C. Morere 

Alvaro Rosado 

ENGLISH GRAMMAR 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Adolph D. Suderman 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Anthony A. Larrea 

DISTINGUISHED 

Thomas Horkan James M. Van Heuvel 

Sidney A. Lange 



126 

ARITHMETIC 

FlRSi PREMIUM 
Anthony A. Larrea 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Charles G. Siguere 

DISTINGUISHED 

Joaquin Peon Manuel Roca 

Adolph D. Suderman 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Adolph D. Suderman 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Francis C. Morere 
DISTINGUISHED 

Anthony A. Larrea James M. Van Heuvel 

Thomas Horkan 

SPELLING 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Francis C. Morere 

SECOND PREMIUN 

E. Albert Siguere 
DISTINGUISHED 

Charles G. Siguere Sidney A. Lange 

Alvaro Rosado 



127 
ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

James M. Van Heuvel 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Sidney A. Lange 

DISTINGUISHED 

Thomas Horkan Adolph D. Suderman 

Stanford J. Skinner 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Anthony A. Larrea 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Alvaro Rosado 

DISTINGUISHED 

Adolph D. Suderman Francis C. Morere 

Francis A. Clerici 



128 

MODERN LANGUAGES 



French 



FIRST CLASS 

PREMIUM 

Luke A. Faget 

DISTINGUISHED 

Alfred J. Trosclair 

SECOND CLASS 

PREMIUM 

Francis A. Meyer 
DISTINGUISHED 
Felix J. D'Albor 



129 

German 

PREMIUM 
J. Carroll Dowe 
DISTINGUISHED 



Albert J. Hahn 



Flurrence A. Dowe 



Spanish 



Thomas C. Grace 



FIRST CLASS 

PREMIUM 

Roch Sempere 

DISTINGUISHED 

M. Humbert Diaz 

SECOND CLASS 

PREMIUM 

H. Alvin O'Connell 

DISTINGUISHED 

Francis L. Prohaska 



Joseph T. Alvarez 



130 



Stenography 



PREMIUM 



H. Alvin O'Connell 



DISTINGUISHED 
Romeo M. Balbontin Francis S. Tarleton 



Typewriting 



PREMIUM 



John Moreda 



DISTINGUISHED 



Paul J. Turregano Albert L. Larrea 

Charles R. Schimpf Louis V. Guerra 

Romeo M. Balbontin Felix J. D'Albor 



131 

Drawing, 



ARCHITECTURAL 

PREMIUM 

John T. Bauer 

DISTINGUISHED 
Charles R. Schimpf Paul I. Parslow 

MECHANICAL 

PREMIUM 
Louis R. Moresi 
ORNAMENTAL 

PREMIUM 

Sherman P. Pardue 

ENGINEERING 

PREMIUM 
Francis L. Barker 
PYROGRAPHY 

PREMIUM 
Clarence N. Touart 



132 

Music 

PIANO 

DIVISION A 

PREMIUM 

Sidney B. Simon 

DISTINGUISHED 

J. Lawrence Lavretta Thomas V. Craven 

John J. Brown Henry R. Kevlin 

M. Humbert Diaz 

DIVISION B 

PREMIUM 

Benjamin A. Dolson 

DISTINGUISHED 

Romeo M. Balbontin James J. Dolson 

George L. Mayer William E. Barker 

Thomas Y. Potter Francis C. Morere 

DIVISION C 

PREMIUM 

Thomas M. McDonough 

DISTINGUISHED 

Stanford J. Skinner Alvaro de Regil 





133 




VIOLIN 




DIVISION A 




PREMIUM 




William F. Dugan 




DISTINGUISHED 


Thomas J. Burns 




R. Lee Drago 





Manuel Medina 
Carlos E. Frederic 



Paul I. Parslow 
Guy J. Chappuis 



John A. McAfee 

DIVISION B 

PREMIUM 

Anthony J. Touart 

DISTINGUISHED 



Joseph T. Alvarez 
W. Charles Roycroft 



Richard J. Ducote 



Louis Nelson 



DIVISION C 

PREMIUM 

Alfred J. Trosclair 

DISTINGUISHED 



Charles N. Bonvillain 



134 

FLUTE 

DIVISION A 

PREMIUM 

John E. Deegan 

DISTINGUISHED 

Karl P. Eeche Hermes A. Frederic 

Clarence N. Touart 

CORNET 

PREMIUM 

Eeonce J. Jumonville 

DISTINGUISHED 

Francis A. Meyer Charles W. Suderman 

Joseph T. Wagner • J. Manning Hudson 

MANDOLIN 

PREMIUM 

Patout C. Burguieres 

CLARINET 

PREMIUM 

Edwin E. Meyer 



135 

Premium 

FOR 
EXCELLENCE IN STUDIES 

THESE ARE AWARDED TO STUEENTS WHO. IN 

ALL THE MONTHLY EXAMINATIONS OE THE 

YEAR, HAVE ATTAINED AN AVERAGE 

OF 8 5 PER CENT OR MORE 



Louis R. Moresi 97.42 

Daunis E. Braud. .. . 97.08 

Francis L. Smith .... 96.95 

Albert L. Larrea 96.5 

Simon Klosky 95.11 

Charles A. Olivier. .. 95.4 

Flurrence A. Dowe. . . 95.1 

Henry R. Kevlin !95 

Sidney F. Braud 94.77 

Thomas V. Craven... 94.74 

Francis A. Olivier. . . . 94.6 

Patrick W. Walsh... 94.37 

J. Carroll Dowe 93.9 

John T. Bauer 93.6 

Anthony J. Touart. . . 93.4 

Thomas P. Hale 93.3 

Thomas C. Grace. .. . 93.2 

N. A. Portocarrero.. . 93.13 

Edward J. Kevlin 92.9 

Allan J. Colomb 92.61 

Guy J. Chappuis 92.25 

Albert J. Hahn 91.9 

L. B. Neuburg-er 91.6 

John E. Deegan 91.5 

John T. Beck 



H. Alvin O'ConnelL. 91.4 

Clarence L. Black. ... 91 

D. Lawrence Austin. . 90.7 

Francis A. Meyer 90.5 

Edward J. Lebeau. . . 90 

W. W. Weatherly. .. 89.97 

A. R. Turregano 89.8 

Thomas K. Peters. .. . 88.75 

Norman J. Reiss 88.1 

Arthur C. Neuburger. 88.02 

Arnold Bloch 88 

Joseph K. Sandoz. . . . 87.5 

C. N. Bonvillain 86.66 

Romeo M. Balbontin. 86.3 

Francis L. Barker. . . . 86.2 

James E. Duggan. ... 86 

Charles R. Schimpf . . 85.52 

H. C. Gremillion 85.5 

Tillmon K. Schimpf. . 85.5 

Louis V. Guerra 85.4 

Clarence N. Touart.. 85.4 

Alfred J. Trosclair. . . 85.4 

Lawrence Andrepont. 85.3 

Paul I. Parslow 85.3 

er.... 85 



136 

Acknowledgments 



THE PRESIDENT AND FACULTY WISH TO EXPRESS 

THEIR GRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT FOR 

FAVORS RECEIVED FROM 

THE RIGHT REVEREND BISHOP AND THE REVER- 
END CLERGY OF THE DIOCESE OF MOBILE 
Very Rev. C T. O'CALLAGHAN, D. D., V. G., Mobile, Ala. 
REV. DIONYSIUS SAVAGE, D. D., Montgomery, Ala. 
REV. JOHN W. DUNN, Mobile, Ala. 
MAJOR P. C. HANNAN, Mobile, Ala. 
PROF. PAUL C. BOUDOUSQUIE, Mobile, Ala. 
DR. C P. ROBINSON, Mobile, Ala. 
DR. W. E. BARKER, Plaquemine, La. 
DR. V. McR. SCHOWALTER, Point Clear, Ala. 
DRS. A. J. and L. E. MEYER, Thibodaux, La. 
MR. J. N. COLOMB, Donaldsonville, La. 
MR. JOSEPH M. WALSH, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. JOSEPH M. WALSH, S. J., Woodstock, Md. 
MR. WILLIAM VIZARD, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. E. E. BERNHEIMER, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. SIDNEY LOWENSTEIN, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. S. H. HINCKLEY, Spring Hill, Ala. 
MR. LOUIS STEIN, Spring Hill, Ala. 
MR. S. J. HAHN, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. E. ENDERLE, Forest, Idaho. 
MR. M. VAN HEUVEL, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. SIMON KLOSKY, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. EMIL G. MAXON, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. H. A. TOUART, Summerville, Ala. 
MR. JOSEPH ESPALLA, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. N. L. VICKERS, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. WILIAM NAUGHTON, New York 
MR. W. F. DUGAN, Winston-Salem, N. C. 
MRS. W. W. DUGAN, Winston-Salem, N. C. 
MRS. EMMA LAVRETTA, Mobile, Ala. 
MPS. M. S. HOLLAND, New Orleans, La. 
MISS K. McGOWAN, New Orleans, La. 



137 



MRS. P. J. TURREGANO, Alexandria, La. 

MRS. S. FOSSIER, New Orleans, La. 

MRS. H. W. LEINKAUF, Mobile, Ala. 

MRS. P. F. KELLIHER, Tampa, Fla. 

MRS. J. SIMON, Mobile, Ala. 

THE PRESS OF MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS 

THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 

THE DONORS OF MEDALS 

THE CONTRIBUTORS TO THE ALUMNI HALL 



THE ALUMNI HALL 

CIRCULAR LETTER 

The subjoined circular letter has been addressed to many 
of the alumni and friends of Spring Hill College. It is here 
published to bring and keep before their minds the praise- 
worthy object to which they are kindly requested to lend a 
helping hand. Now, more so than ever, the Alumni Hall has 
become an imperative need. 

In June, 1905, at the celebration of the Diamond Jubilee (seventy- 
fifth year) of Spring Hill, it was unanimously resolved by a number of 
the alumi assembled at the College — 

( 1 ) To commemorate the historic event by the erection of an Alumni 
Hall to be devoted to whatever purpose the growing needs of the College 
might demand. 

(2) To request as many alumni and other friends of the College as 
possible to subscribe to the requisite fund. 

(3) To solicit donations amounting to $100 or more. 

In accordance with this resolution and animated with the desire of 
promoting solid education in the Southland, a few alumni and friends have 
already come forward and contributed to the fund. We now submit this 
appeal to your kind consideration, trusting that with your generous assist, 
ance we may in the near future make a beginning of this labor of love for 
old Spring Hill. 



LA US DEO SEMPER 




NORTH ENTRANCE 



Jld tZKajorem T)ei Gloriam 



CATALOGUE 

OF 



Spring Hill College 

(ST. JOSEPH'S) 

Spring Hill 
Mobile County, Alabama 

1908-1909 



Pre** of 

C"wmrrci<il Printfng Co 

Mobile. Alu. 



INDEX 



The Charter of the College 3 

Board of Trustees 7 

Officers and Faculty .... - 8 

Prospectus 11 

Historical Statement ll 

Site and Grounds 11 

General Equipment 12 

Method of Direction 13 

Religious Training 13 

System of Education 13 

Courses of Studies 14 

Degrees 15 

Extra Courses 15 

Admission 15 

Examinations and Promotions 15 

Reports 16 

Reasons for Dismissal 16 

Special Regulations 17 

A Student's Wardrobe 17 

Visiting Regulations 17 

General Charges 18 

Special Charges 18 

Important Remarks 19 

General Order of Class Days 20 

Studies of the Post-Craduate Course 21 

Studies of the Classical Course 22 

Studies of the English Course 27 

Studies of the Preparatory Course 28 

Theses Propugnandae ad Gradum A. B 31 

Problems — Science Medal 35 

List of Students 36 

Class Roll 43 

Societies 48 

Roll of Honor _. 59 

Program of Commencement 65 

Degrees Conferred 66 

Program of Elocution Contest 69 

Award of Medals 70 

Distribution of Premiums 87 

Acknowledgments 128 

Circular Letter 132 

Card of Thanks 133 

The Fire 134 



Tip Entity: xxf tlp> OMlsge 

(£rts of Alabama 1836, p. 136) 



To incorporate the Spring Hill College in the County 

of Mobile. 

Sec. I . Be it enacted by the Senate and House of 
Representatives of the State of Alabama in General Assembly 
convened, That Michael Portier, Mathias Loras, John Bazin y 
Peter Mauvernay, Gabriel Chalon, and their associates, be, 
and the same are hereby incorporated and constituted a body 
politic and corporate, in deed and in law, by the name of ft The 
President and Trustees of the Spring Hill College in the County 
of Mobile; "and by that name, they and their successors shall and 
may have perpetual succession, and be able and capable in law 
to sue and he sued, plead and be impleaded; and further, shall 
be able to have, hold and enjoy, to them and their successors, 
lands, tenements and hereditaments of any k m d or value, in 
fee, or for life, and personal property of any k.ind whatever, 
and also all sums of money of any amount whatsoever that 
may be granted or bequeathed to them for the purpose of pro- 
moting the interests and utility of the Spring Hill College. 

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the President 
and Trustees of the Spring Hill College, in the County of 
Mobile, shall and may have a common seal for the transaction 
of the business of themselves and their successors, with liberty 



to change or alter the same from time to time, as they shall 
think proper, and hy their aforesaid name they and their suc- 
cessors shall and may he able in law to grant, bargain, sell, or 
assign, any lands, tenements, or hereditaments, or any goods or 
chattels, in such manner as they may deem necessary, and to act 
and do all things whatsoever for the benefit of the said institution, 
in as ample a manner as any person or body politic or corpo- 
rate can or may do by law. 

Sec. 3. Jlnd he it further enacted: That there shall be 
a President, who shall have the superintendence of the college, 
and a board of professors, who shall he styled "The Presi- 
dent and Faculty of the Spring Hill College; " which board shall 
consist of the President, a 'Professor of Divinity and Mental 
Philosophy; a Professor of Chemistry and Natural 'Philosophy; 
a 'Professor of Mathematics; a Professor of Ancient Lan- 
guages; and a Professor of Modern Languages; and said 
Faculty shall have the power of enforcing the ordinances and 
by-laws adopted by the Trustees of said College, for the gov- 
ernment of the pupils, by rewarding or censuring them, and finally 
hy suspending or dismissing such of them, as after repeated 
admonitions shall continue disobedient or refractory. 

Sec. 4. And be it further enacted: That no misnomer of 
"The President and Trustees of the Spring Hill College in the 
County of Mobile" shall defeat or annul any gift, grant, devise 
or bequest to the same: — Provided the true intent and 
meaning of the grantor or devisor shall sufficiently appear upon 
the face of the gift, grant, will or other writing, whereby any 
estate or interest was intended to he passed to "The President 
and Trustees of the Spring Hill College in the County of 
Mobile. " 

Sec. 5. Jlnd he it further enacted: ^hat no person 
shall be excluded from any liberty, immunity, office, or situa- 
tion in said Colllege, on account of his religious persuasion: 
Provided, he demean himself in a discreet, sober, peaceable, 



and orderly manner, and conform to the rules and regula- 
tions thereof. 

Sec. 6. Jlnd be it further enacted. That "The 'President 
and Faculty," or so man}) of them as shall he fixed on by 
their by-laws, as aforesaid, shall have full power to grant, or 
confer such degree or degrees in the arts and sciences, or in any 
art or science, to any of the students of the said Spring Hill 
College, or to any other person, by them deemed worthy of 
such collegiate distinction, as are usually granted and con- 
ferred by other seminaries of learning in the United States, 
and to give diplomas or certificates thereof, signed hy them, 
and sealed with the common seal of "The President and 
Trustees of the Spring Hill College in the County of Mo- 
bile, " to authenticate and perpetuate the memory of such 
graduation, or conference of such honorary distinction. 

Sec. 7. Jlnd be it further enacted, That "The Presu 
dent and Trustees of the Spring Hill College in the County of 
JtiTobile," shall have power to establish such by-laws as they 
may deem necessary and proper, and to fill vacancies in their 
own board, in such manner as they may prescribe: Provided, 
That nothing in said by-laws contained shall be repugnant to 
the constitution and laws of this State, or to the constitution 
and laws of the United States. 

Approved, Jan. 9, 1836. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



REV. FRANCIS X. TWELLMEYER, S. J. 

PRESIDENT 

REV. PETER J. PHILIPPE, S. J. 

REV. JOSEPH J. FRANCKHAUSER, S. J. 

REV. NICHOLAS DAVIS, S. J. 

REV. THOMAS O'CALLAGHAN, S. J. 



The Corporate Title of the College is: The President 
and Trustees of the Spring Hill College in the County of Mo- 
bile, Ala. 



OFFICERS AND FACULTY 



\ REV. FRANCIS X. TWELLMEYER, S. J. 

PRESIDENT 

-REV. PETER J. PHILIPPE, S. J. 

VICE-PRESIDENT 

Prefect of Studies and Discipline 
REV. JOSEPH J. FRANCKHAUSFR, S. J. 

SECRETARY 

. ^REV. NICHOLAS DAVIS, S. J. 

TREASURER 

REV. THOMAS J. O'CALLAGHAN, S. J. 

CHAPLAIN 

REV. AMADEUS GUYOL, S. J. 

LIBRARIAN 

Professor of Latin, Greek and English of the Junior Class. 

* REV. CYRIL RUHLMANN, S. J. 
Assistant Secretary and Instructor in Typewriting 

\/REV. AUGUSTINE J. HUGH, S. J. 

ASSISTANT TREASURER 

REV. EMMANUEL C. DE LA MORINIERE, S. J. 

Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy and the Evidences 

of Religion of the Senior Class. 

REV. THOMAS E. STRITCH, S. J. 
Professor of Mechanics, Physics, Chemistry and Astronomy- 



.^REV. MICHAEL J. WALSH, S. J. 

Profess.or of Mental and Moral Philosophy and English 

Literature of the Superior Class 

Professor of Mathematics 

• 

W&. FLORENCE D. SULLIVAN, S. J. 

Professor of Mathematics of the Junior Class and Prefect 

l/REV. EDWARD I. FAZAKERLEY, S. J. 

Professor of Latin, Greek and English of the Sophomore Class 

c/REV. EMIL DIEBOLD, S. J. 
Professor of Mathematics of the Sophomore Class and Prefect 

UMR. JOSEPH C. KEARNS, S. J. 
Professor of the Freshman Class 

i MR. ALOYSIUS BURK, S. J. 
Teacher of the First Academic Class 

v^REV. GEORGE RITTMEYER, S. J. 
Teacher of the Second Academic Class and Instructor in Ger- 
man and Spanish 

' MR. TIMOTHY A. CRONIN, S. J. 
Teacher of Mathematics in Second Academic, and Prefect 

t/MR. JEROME A. HIGGINS, S. J. 
Teacher of the Third Academic Class and Instructor in 

Drawing 

v<REV. PATRICK CRONIN, S.J. 
Professor of the Intermediate Class and Instructor in 
Bookkeeping 

v^EV. JAMES P. MOORE, S. J. 
Professor of the First English Class 



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\^MR. CHARLES A. KING, S. J. 
Professor of Mathematics of the First English Class and 

Prefect 



\ MR. TERENCE S. KING, S. J. 
Teacher of the Second English Class 



REV. OSCAR WOCET, S. J. 
Teacher of the Third English Class 



f REV. ALEXIS C. McLAUGHLIN, S. J. 
Teacher of Special and Lecturer in Ethics 

v MR. THOMAS A. CAREY, S. J. 
Teacher of Preparatory and Prefect 

v4lR. CORNELIUS B. LEEUWE, S. J. 
Teacher of Preparatory 

AUGUST J. STAUB, Mus. D. 

ANGELO J. SUFFICH, Mus. B. 

Professors of Music 

PAUL C. BOUDOUSQUIE, A. M., B. F. A. 
Professor of Drawing 

F 

WILLIAM M. MASTIN, M. D., LL. V, 
Attending Physician 



, EMIL G. MAXON 
Athletic Director 



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Prnap^rtuB 



HISTORICAL STATEMENT 

PRING HILL COLLEGE enjoys the distinction of be- 
ing one of the first institutions of higher education 
established in the South. It was founded in the year 1830 
by the Right Reverend Michael Portier, D. D., the first 
Bishop of Mobile. Six years later the Legislature of Ala- 
bama incorporated it as a college with all the rights and privi- 
leges of a university, and on the 29th of August, 1840, the 
Sovereign Pontiff, Gregory XVI, empowered it to grant de- 
grees in philosophy and theology. In 1847 the management 
of the College was entrusted to the Society of Jesus, whose 
members have ever since labored to make it a leading centre 
of learning in the country. On the night of February 4th, 
1869, it was burned to the ground; but was immediately re- 
built, and re-opened the following December. The year 1905 
witnessed the celebration of the Diamond Jubilee, or the sev- 
enty-fifth anniversary of the foundation of the College. Since 
its inception it has sent forth hundreds of students who have 
achieved prominence in business and professional circles 
throughout the land. 

SITE AND GROUNDS 

The College is picturesquely situated five miles from Mo- 
bile, on an elevation one hundred and fifty feet above sea 
level. From the Bay of Mobile and the Gulf of Mexico, it 
enjoys a constantly refreshing breeze, which renders its loca- 
tion both agreeable and healthy. 

Moreover, long experience has proved that, owing to its 
altitude and to the invigorating influence of its resinous pines 
upon the surrounding atmosphere, the College is entirely ex- 
empt from those diseases which prevail at certain seasons in 



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the South. In fact, very eminent physicians, well acquainted 
with our American colleges, have declared Spring Hill pre- 
eminently desirable for students on account of its climatic 
advantages and perfect hygienic arrangements. 

The extensive grounds are artistically laid out and 
adorned with numerous walks and an almost endless variety 
of flowers, shrubs and trees. A deer park, delightful summer 
houses and graceful statues of Carrara marble lend an added 
charm to the landscape. 

The College is easy of access from the city of Mobile by 
electric cars, which run direct from the post office to the Hill. 

GENERAL EQUIPMENT. 

The College buildings are fitted up with first-class sani- 
tary appointments and are heated by steam and lighted by 
electricity. 

Outside of study and recitation hours, the students enjoy 
the use of a library containing thousands of volumes of the. 
choicest English literature. 

A spacious gymnasium, complete in every detail of mod- 
ern equipment, a large campus for baseball and football and 
an oval shell-bed mile track, leave nothing to be desired by 
the lovers of athletic sports. v 

A never failing spring at the foot of the hill furnishes an 
abundant and lasting supply of water to a beautiful lake, 
where the students may, during the warm seasons, safely en- 
joy the beneficial exercise of swimming. 

During the winter months, a recently erected natatorium, 
elegantly finished within in marble and ornamental tiles, with 
its porcelain-lined pool, 60x30x4 to 7 feet, affords unequalled 
bathing facilities. The pool is supplied with both hot and 
cold water. There are also shower and needle baths. 

For students who should in any way become indisposed, 
there is a building set apart with neatly furnished rooms and 
a well stocked pharmacy in charge of a competent infirma- 
rian. He in turn is under the direct supervision of one of 
Mobile's ablest physicians, who visits the College at regular 
intervals. 



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METHOD OF DIRECTION 

The directors of the College are members of the Society 
of Jesus, which, from its origin, has devoted itself to the edu- 
cation of youth. They endeavor to show themselves deserv- 
ing of a confidence reposed in them by evincing on all occa- 
sions a paternal solicitude for the health and comfort of those 
entrusted to their charge, by sparing no pains to promote 
their advancement, and by keeping a careful and active watch 
over their conduct. The exercise of their authority is mild, 
but not remiss, in enforcing that strict discipline and good 
order so essential to the proper education of both mind and 
heart. By this two-fold education they exert all their ener- 
gies not only to adorn the minds of their pupils with useful 
knowledge, but also to instil into their hearts solid virtue and 
a practical love of the duties which they will have to dis- 
charge in after life. 

RELIGIOUS TRAINING 

As without religion and morality, this complete and 
harmonious development is impossible, special attention is 
paid to religious instruction. Christian Doctrine is one of 
the prescribed studies, and besides, lectures on it are given 
once a week. The Catholic students are required to attend 
regularly to their religious duties. Sodalities and other as- 
sociations are also provided for the fostering of piety among 
them. 

The College is under Catholic direction. However, non- 
Catholic students are also admitted, provided that, for the 
sake of uniformity, they consent to be present at the public 
exercises of worship. 

SYSTEM OF EDUCATION 

The system carried out at Spring Hill is one which has 
stood the test of centuries and has made the Jesuits renowned 
in the history of education. It is a system which meets not 
only the wants but also the progress of society. Hence while 



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it adopts no novel or untried methods, yet, without change in 
its essential principles, it modifies and adapts itself to the ad- 
vances which it has been so potent in bringing about. 

COURSES OF STUDIES 

The plan of studies is established on a large scale and 
includes three courses, namely, the Preparatory, the English 
and the Classical. 

I. The Preparatory Course embraces Spelling, Penman- 
ship, the elements of English Grammar, History, Geography, 
Arithmetic and Christian Doctrine. It fits younger students 
for a class in either the English or the Classical Course. 

II. The English Course is arranged to impart a complete 
and systematic education. Its schedule of studies includes 
the common school branches, the Evidences of Religion, prac- 
tical Bookkeeping, Literature, Mathematics, the Sciences and 
Philosophy. 

III. The Classical Course, while possessing all the ad- 
vantages of the English Course, is more thorough and com- 
prehensive in its scope. It educates in the truest sense of the 
word and makes in the highest degree for mental culture, 
scholarship and the formation of character. This course in 
its early stages embraces the common school branches to- 
gether with a graded system of practical Bookkeeping. More- 
over, the Latin and Greek classics are taught at length, not 
alone for the intellectual training and culture they impart, but 
also for the valuable aid they lend toward the mastery of 
English. Side by side with these three languages and their 
rich and varied literatures are studied the Evidences of Reli- 
gion, the lower and higher Mathematics, the Natural Sciences 
and Mental and Moral Philosophy, thus rounding ofT a fin- 
ished and advanced college curriculum. 

The aim of these courses is not fully to equip students 
for either a business or a professional career. It is to develop 
their faculties, to train both intellect and will. It is to form 
habits of close application, strict attention and constant in- 
dustry — habits which ought to be the basis of every career in 
life. 



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DEGREES 

Upon the completion of the English Course, the degree of 
Bachelor of Science is conferred upon candidates who have 
passed successful examinations in each of the particular 
studies prescribed for this course. 

Upon the completion of the Classical Course, the degree 
of Bachelor of Arts is conferred upon candidates who have 
passed successful examinations in each of the particular 
studies prescribed for this course. 

A second year of Philosophy at the College (the Post- 
Graduate Course) attended with success, a two-years' study 
of a learned profession, or a recognized standing in such a 
profession, will entitle applicants to the degree of Master of 
Arts. The College, being endowed with the rights and privi- 
leges of a university, can grant all the other university de- 
grees, both honorary and in course. 

EXTRA COURSES 

Courses in Architectural, Mechanical and Ornamental 
Drawiag, Vocal and Instrumental Music, Stenography and 
Typewriting are given at charges specified further on. 

The French, Spanish and German languages are optional 
and are taught without extra charge. 

ADMISSION 

The age of admission is, in general, from ten to fifteen 
years. It is required that applicants for admission be able to 
read and write and have some knowledge of Grammar and 
Arithmetic. 

Any one coming from another school or college must ex- 
hibit satisfactory testimonials from the directors of the same, 
and submit to an examination, the result of which will deter- 
mine in what class he is to be enrolled. ' ' 

EXAMINATIONS AND PROMOTIONS 
The school year, which begins in September and ends in 



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June, is divided into two terms : the first term begins in Sep- 
tember, the second in February. 

Each month there are written examinations in all the dif- 
ferent branches of study ; and twice a year, in February and 
in June, oral examinations are held. The average of this 
triple examination determines whether or not a student is to 
be promoted. This average, therefore, is made up of the re- 
sults of — (1) the monthly written examinations combined; 
(2) the oral examination in February; (3) the oral examina- 
tion in June. 

No student will be promoted at the beginning of the 
school year unless he shall have attained pass marks in ac- 
cordance with this system. 

.... No ; promotion will, take place during the course of the 
year except. in the. case. of uncommon talent and diligence. 

REPORTS 
-■ ' ,; ■-. ' ■• . : <h ; • i 

Towards the end of each term reports are sent to parents 
or guardians. These reports state each student's condition of 
health, conduct, monthly standing in class and the result of 
his semi-annual examination. They also indicate his general 
diligence and his progress in study. 

Moreover, every month marks of merit and demerit are 
publicly proclaimed and cards distributed for excellence in 
conduct diligence and success in study. Parents should in- 
sist that these testimonials, which are likewise reports for 
each month, be sent home regularly, and that a satisfactory 
reason be given by their sons should they fail to do so. 

REASONS FOR DISMISSAL 

The students are expected to be guided at all times by 
principles of Christian morality and gentlemanly honor. 
Grave offences against these principles cannot be tolerated; 
hence, impiety, immorality of any kind, intemperance, serious 
insubordination or incorrigible laziness is visited by summary 
dismissal from the College. 



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SPECIAL REGULATIONS 

Leave of absence will not be granted to the students ex- 
cept for reasons deemed imperative by the President of the 
College. 

The correspondence of the students is subject to the in- 
spection and approbation of the Vice-President. 

All books, magazines and periodicals must be submitted 
to the inspection and approbation of the Vice-President be- 
fore they will be allowed circulation in the College ; and par- 
ents are requested to consult him before subscribing for news- 
papers or current literature for their sons at College. 

Boxes containing provisions are not allowed to be sent 
to the students except during the Christmas holidays. 

There is a vacation at Christmas, but none at Easter. 

July and August are the summer vacation months. 

A STUDENT'S WARDROBE 

The necessary outfit for each student should comprise at 
least: 

3 suits of clothes 3 night shirts 6 towels 

1 overcoat 12 collars 4 bath towels 
3 Pairs of shoes 6 pairs of drawers 6 napkins 

2 hats or caps 12 pairs of socks 1 napkin ring (marked) 
6 shirts 12 handkerchiefs Brushes, combs 

6 undershirts 6 neckties Other toilet requisites 

All articles of clothing must be marked with the student's 
name in full; the other articles must be marked at least with 
his initials. 

VISITING REGULATIONS 

In regard to visits, the following regulations are earnestly 
recommended to the attention of parents, as they intimately 
concern the advancement of the students and the good order 
of the College : 



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1. — The days for visiting students by parents who live 
in Mobile or vicinity are Sundays and Thursdays; the hours, 
from 1 to 5 P. M. in winter, and from 3 to 6 P. M. in summer. 

2. — Students from Mobile, who have obtained satisfac- 
tory marks for conduct and diligence, may be allowed to visit 
the city on the first Thursday of each month. If, however, 
for any reason, students go to Mobile during the month, this 
privilege may not be granted. The other students, whose 
parents live at a greater distance, are not allowed to go to the 
city, except when visited on holidays by their parents or 
guardians and accompanied by them. 

3. — All visitors, even parents, should avoid, as much as 
possible, withdrawing the students from class or study. 

GENERAL CHARGES 

Payable in advance — for the first term in September; for 
the second term in February. 

Entrance Fee, first year only ;$ 10 00 

Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and Bedding, per school year.... 300 00 
Medical Fee, per school year, (not including special medicine).... 10 00 
Use of scientific apparatus and chemicals by the members* of the 

Senior and Intermediate classes 10 00 

Graduation Fee 10 00 

Fee for Post-Graduate and Honorary Degrees 10 00 

SPECIAL CHARGES 

Also payable in advance. 

Drawing, per month $ 5 00 

Piano, per month ; ". . . 8 00 

Use of Piano, per month 1 00 

Violin or Flute, per month 8 00 

Vocal Music, per month 4 00 

Brass Instrument, per month 8 00 

Stenography, per month 3 00 

Typewriting, per month 3 00 

Vacation at College for students distant from home (payable in 

full on or before July 1st) 100 00 



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IMPORTANT REMARKS 

1. No advance will be made beyond the deposit. Hence 
should parents desire the College to pay for music, books, 
clothing, traveling, dentistry, pocket money, extra medicines, 
etc., they must deposit a certain sum of money with the 
Treasurer and renew it when exhausted. 

Absolutely no exception will be made to this rule. 

2. — No pocket money will be given to any student unless 
a deposit has been made with the Treasurer for this purpose, 
and the quantity to be allowed specified — for instance, 25 or 
50 cents per week. 

3. — No deduction is made for any absence less than a 
month, and when made it is only for board and tuition. 

4. — Books and stationery are furnished by the College at 
the expense of the parents. 

5. — When students are to go home, all accounts must 
have been previously settled, and the traveling expenses for- 
warded to the Treasurer, if the balance on deposit should be 
insufficient. 

6. — All damage to College property will be repaired at 
the expense of the offender. 

7. — The College will not be responsible for books or arti- 
cles of clothing and jewelry left behind by any student when 
leaving College ; much less for the loss of such books, cloth- 
ing, jewelry or money, while in the keeping of the owners 
during the year. 

8. — The post office address of the College is: Spring Hill 
College, Spring Hill, Mobile County, Ala. In this manner 
should be directed ordinary letters, registered letters, post 
office money orders, and all packages and other articles sent 
by mail. 

9. — The laundry furnished by the College is two changes 
a week for each student. More than this allowance is charged 
at current laundry prices. 

10. — Degrees are not granted until all indebtedness to the 
College is settled. 

For further information, apply to the President — 

REV. F. X. TWEIXMEYER, S J. 



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GENERAL ORDER OF CLASS DAYS 



WINTER ORDER 



6:00 A. M . ... ....Rising 

6:20 A. M ,.....;. ........ .Prayer, Mass, Study 

7:15 A. M Breakfast 

7:30 A. M ....Recess 

8:15 A. M ....Class 

9:30 A. M Recess 

9:37 A. M * ....Class 

10:45 A. M. Recess 

11 :00 A. M Study, Special Classes 

12:00 M .....Dinner 

12:30 P. M . Recess 

1:30 P. M ....Study 

2:30 P, M , Class 

3:30 P. M .....Recess 

3:37 P. M Class 

4 :30 P. M Lunch, Recess 

5:15 P. M Study 

6:15 P. M Recess 

6:25 P. M Study 

7:15 P. M , Supper 

7:30 P. M Prayers, Recess 

7:55 P. M Study 

8:45 P. M Retiring 

SUMMER ORDER 

5:30 A. M Rising- 

5:00 P. M Study 

6:30 P. M Recess 

7:00 P. M Supper 



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COURSES OF STUDIES 



THE POST-GRADUATE COURSE 

Leading to the Degrees of Master of Arts and 
Master of Science 



The object of this course is to furnish college graduates 
with an opportunity of reviewing their philosophy and of 
making a more thorough study of its fundamental questions 
and their practical bearing upon the issues of the day. It 
likewise offers them the additional advantage of perfecting 
themselves in higher Mathematics, English Literature, Polit- 
ical Economy and the Sciences in general. 

At the end of the school year, those who have already 
attained the degree of A. B. are eligible to that of A. M., and 
those who have attained the degree of B. S. to that of M. S. 
The conditions laid down for the securing of these degrees are 
that the candidate present a creditable paper on a philosoph- 
ical subject and undergo a satisfactory examination in the 
studies of the year. 



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THE CLASSICAL COURSE 

Leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts 

SENIOR CLASS 

Evidences of Religion — Schouppe's Course of Religious In- 
struction. Lectures by the Professor. 

Logic and Metaphysics — Jouin's Praelectiones Philosophiae. 
Lectures by the Professor. 

Ethics — Jouin's Elementa Philosophiae Moralis. Lectures by 
the Professor. 

Mathematics — Dana's Mechanics. Geometrical Optics. Ele- 
ments of Differential and Integral Calculus, with appli- 
cation to Mechanics and Physics. 

Astronomy — Howe's Astronomy. Lectures by the Professor. 

Physics — Millikan & Gale's Course in Physics. Lectures by 
the Professor. 

Chemistry — Shepard's Chemistry. Lectures on Inorganic 
and Organic Chemistry. 

JUNIOR CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Schouppe's Course of Religious Instruc- 
tion. Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Bradley's Arnold's Latin Prose Composition reviewed. 
Cicero's Pro Ligario, Pro Milone, Pro Marcello and Pro 
Lege Manilia. Virgil. Horace's Odes, Epodes, Satires 
and Epistles. Tacitus' Annals. 

Greek — Demosthenes' De Corona and Philippics. St. John 
Chrysostom's Eutropius. Sophocles' Oedipus Tyrannus 
and Antigone. Aeschylus' Prometheus Bound. 

English — Coppens' Oratorical Composition. Analysis of the 
masterpieces of American and British Orators. Analysis 
of the speeches in Milton's Paradise Lost. Shakespeare. 
Frequent practice in composition. 



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Mathematics — Spherical Trigonometry and Surveying. Ana- 
lytic Geometry. 

History — Modern History, from the Crusades to the present 
epoch. Greek and Roman History. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

SOPHOMORE CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part III. 
Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Prosody. Bradley's Arnold's 

Latin Prose Composition completed. 

Cicero's In Verrem and Pro Archia Poeta. Livy. Vir- 
gil's Aeneid, Books I and II; Book V, Description of the 
Public Games; Book IX, Nisus and Euryalus. Horace's 
Odes and Ars Poetica. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Dialects, Prosody. 

Homer's Iliad. Euripides' Iphigenia in Aulis and Hecuba. 

English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Rhet- 
oric — Books II, III and IV reviewed; Books V and VI. 
Brooke's English Literature. 

Shakespeare's Julius Caesar and Macbeth. Choice 
specimens of Lyric, Elegiac and Didactic Poetry. Pope. 
Dryden. Frequent practice in prose and verse. 

Mathematics — Solid Geometry and Conic Sections. Plane V 
Trigonometry. 

History — Modern History, from Augustus to the Crusades. 
Greek and Roman History. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

FRESHMAN CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part II. 
Practical Instructions. 

Xatin — Yenni's Grammar — Syntax repeated with all the notes, 
etc. Bradley's Arnold's Latin Prose Composition — Exer- 
cise XX to XL. 



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Cicero's Catilinian Orations. Sallust's Catilina and 
Jugurtha. Virgil's Eclogues, I, IV, V, IX and Georgics. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Syntax, Accents. 
Plutarch's Lives. Xenophon's Anabasis. 

English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Rhet- 
oric—Books I, II, III and IV. 

Macaulay's Essays on Addison, Milton and Johnson. 
De Quincey's Flight of a Tartar Tribe and Joan of Arc. 
Scott's Lady of the Lake. Addison's Sir Roger de Co- 
verly. Newman's Dream of Gerontius and Callista — Se- 
lections. 

Mathematics — Wentworth's Algebra completed and re- 
viewed. Plane Geometry. / 
History — Fredet's Ancient History completed. 
Bookkeeping — Bryant and Stratton's Double Entry. 
Elocution — Twice a week. 

FIRST ACADEMIC CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part I. 
Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology repeated with all the 
notes, etc. ; Syntax with the notes. Bradley's Arnold's 
Latin Prose Composition — to Exercise XX. 

Nepos. Caesar's De Bello Gallico. Cicero's Letters. 
Phaedrus. Ovid. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Contract Nouns. Adjectives > 
Verbs, Prepositions, Conjunctions; rules of Syntax. 
Cebes' Tablet. Lucian's Dialogues. 

English— Steps in English, Book II,' Part II— Composition. 

Irving's Sketch Book. Goldsmith's Traveler and De- 
serted Village. Gray's Elegy. Bryant's Thanatopsis and 
easier Poems. Scott's Talisman. Hawthorne's Tangle- 
wood Tales. 

Algebra — Wentworth's Algebra to qiiadradic equations. 
History — Fredet's Ancient History — to Part V. 



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Geography— Appleton's Standard Higher Geography— Asia, 

Africa, Oceanica. 
Bookkeeping— Bryant an*d Stratton's Single Entry. 
Elocution — Twice a week. 
Penmanship — Daily practice. 

SECOND ACADEMIC CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 
Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology with the notes; rules 
of Syntax. Collar and Daniell's Latin Exercises reviewed 
and completed. 

Epitome Historiae Sacrae. Viri Romae. Nepos. Bre- 
viarium Eutropii. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Nouns, Adjectives, Regular 
Verbs ; easier rules of Syntax. 

Hierocles' Witticisms. Aesop's Fables. 

English — Steps in English, Book II, Part I, reviewed. Ha- 
zen's Spelling Book, Part II. 

Lamb's Tales from Shakespeare. Longfellow's Hia- 
watha and The Children's Hour and other Poems. 
Dickens' Christmas Carols. Cooper's Last of the Mohi- 
cans. 

Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic completed and re- 
viewed. 

History — Lawler's Essentials of American History com- 
pleted. 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Higher Geography — Cen- 
tral and South America, Europe. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

Penmanship — Daily Practice. 

THIRD ACADEMIC CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 

Practical Instructions; 
Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology without the notes ; 



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easier rules of Snytax. Collar and Daniell's Latin Exer- 
cises — to page 110. 

English — Steps in English, Book II, Part I. Hazen's Spell- 
ing Book, Part I. 

Hawthorne's Pandora, The Pine Tree Shillings and 
other tales. Irving's Rip Van Winkle. Whittier's The 
Barefoot Boy. Browning's The Pied Piper of Hemelin. 
Memory Gems. 

Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic — to Percentage in- 
cluded. 

History — Lawler's Essentials of American History — to Wash- 
ington's Administration, 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Higher Geography — North 
America. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 




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THE ENGLISH COURSE 

LEADING TO THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF 

SCIENCE 



SUPERIOR CLASS 

Evidences of Religion — Schouppe's Course of Religious In- 
struction. Lectures by the Professor. 

Logic and Metaphysics — Coppens' Logic and Mental Philos- 
ophy. Lectures by the Professor. 

Ethics — Coppens' Moral Philosophy. Lectures by the Pro- 
fessor. 

English — Coppens' Oratorical Composition. Analysis of the 
masterpieces of American and British Orators. Analysis 
of the speeches in Milton's Paradise Lost. 

Mathematics — General Mechanics. Spherical Trigonometry 
and Surveying. Analytic Geometry. Calculus. 

Astronomy — Howe's Astronomy. Lectures by the Professor. 

Physics — Millikan & Gale's Course in Physics. Lectures by 
the Professor. 

INTERMEDIATE CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part III. 

Practical Instructions. 
English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Rhet- 
oric — Books II, III and IV reviewed; Books V and VI. 

Brooke's English Literature. 

Shakespeare's Julius Caesar and Macbeth. Choice 

specimens of Lyric, Elegiac and Didactic Poetry.- Pope. 

Dryden. Frequent practice in composition, both prose 

and verse. 
Mathematics — Solid Geometry and Conic Sections. Plane 

Trigonometry. 
Physics and Chemistry — Lectures by the Professor. 
History — Fredet's Modern History. 



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FIRST ENGLISH CLASS 

Christian Doctrine— Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part II. 
Practical Instructions. 

English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Rhet- 
oric. Books I, II, III and IV. 

Macaulay's Essays. Tennyson's Coming of Arthur 
and other Poems. Newman. Scott. Addison. 

Mathematics — Wentworth's Algebra completed and reviewed. 
Plane Geometry. One hour per week for review of Alge- 
bra and Arithmetic. 

History — Fredet's Ancient History. 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Higher Geography — Asia, 
Africa, Oceanica. 

Bookkeeping — Bryant and Stratton's Double Entry. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

SECOND ENGLISH CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part I. 
Practical Instructions. 

English — Steps in English, Book II, Part I reviewed ; Part II. 
Hazen's Spelling Book, Part II. Parsing. 

Irving's Sketch Book. Goldsmith's Traveler and De- 
serted Village. Newman's Dream of Gerontius and Cal- 
lista. Byron's Prisoner of Chillon. Scott's Ivanhoe. 

Mathematics — Wentworth's Arithmetic completed and re- 
viewed. Wentworth's Algebra — from the beginning to 
quadratic equations. 

History — Lawler's Essentials of American History. 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Higher Geography — Cen- 
tral America, South America, Europe. 
Bookkeeping — Bryant and Stratton's Single Entry. 
Elocution — Twice a week. 
Penmanship — Daily practice. 



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THIRD ENGLISH CLASS 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 
Practical Instructions. 

English — Steps in English, Book II, Part I. Hazen's Spell- 
ing Book, Part I. Parsing. 

Lamb's Tales from Shakespeare. Hawthorne's Tan- 
glewood Tales. Longfellow's Hiawatha and The Chil- 
dren's Hour and Other Poems. Cooper's Last of the 
Mohicans. 

Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic — to percentage in- 
cluded. 

History — Lawler's Primary History of the United States. 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Higher Geography — North 
America. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 



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The Preparatory Course 



Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 
Practical Instructions. 

English — Steps in English, Book I. 

Aesop's Fables. Memory Gems. Robinson Crusoe. 
Kingsley's Greek Heroes. Kipling's Jungle Book. 

Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic. 

History — Gilmour's Bible History. 

Geography — Appleton's Standard Elementary Geography. 

Elocution — Reading daily and declamation twice a week. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 




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THESES 

Propugnandae ad Gradum A. B 

IN 

Collegio S. Josephi, Spring Hill 



DIE 13a JUNII, 1909 



EX LOGICA. 

1. Nulla mentis apprehensio, per se spectata, falsa est. 

2. Absurdus est scepticismus universalis. 

3. Dubium methodicum Cartesianum est aeque ab- 
surdum. 

4. Conscientia de existentia nostra et affectionum quae 
actu sunt, est motivum infallibile certitudinis. 

5. Sensus externi, sub debitis conditionibus, ab omni 
errore sunt immunes in referendis corporum qualitatibus sive 
propriis sive communibus. 

6. Idealismus rejiciendus est. 

7. Testimonio hominum possumus saepe cum omni cer- 
titudine cognoscere facta co-aeva et praeterita. 

8. Universalia 11011 sunt mera nomina, nee meri concep- 
tus, nee realiter subsistunt ; sed fundamentaliter existunt in 
natura singulari, formaliter vero in intellectu. 



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9. Neque consensus generalis hominum, neque revelatio 
divina, neque idea clara et distincta Cartesii, neque sensus 
intimus, neque instinctus credendi, neque impulsus caecus 
admittendi aliquid ut verum; sed: — 

10. Evidentia rei objective et ontologice spectata, est 
ultimum motivum certitudinis, aut criterium veritatis. 

EX ONTOLOGIA. 

1. Conceptus entis ut sic non est conceptus entis infiniti 

nee est nomen univocum sed analogum analogia attributionis 
intrinsicae. 

2. Intrinsica rerum possibilitas, neque a divina potentia, 
neque a divina voluntate, sed proxime a divino intellectu, 
remote a divina essentia pendet. 

3. Notio substantiae maxime realis est. Sententia au- 
tem Lockii asserentis nomine substantiae venire congeriem 
qualitatum, ignota ratione co-existentium, falsa in se est et 
facto contradicit. 

4. Conceptus causae est objective realis. 

EX COSMOLOGIA. 

1. Origo mundi explicari nequit per existentiam materiae 
improductae, nee per emanationem a divina substantia ut 
volunt pantheistae, sed explicari debet per productionem 
rerum ex nihilo quod intelligimus nomine creationis. 

2. Statuto discrimine inter finem operis et finem oper- 
ands, asserimus finem operis seu termini creationis si prima- 
rio spectetur, esse gloriam Dei extrinsicam. 

3. Mundus in se spectatus, absolute loquendo non est 
nee esse potest optimus, relative vero optimus est. 

4. Etsi ordo naturae sit constans, haec constantia .ion 
importat absolutam immutabilitatem hujus ordinis ; ac pro- 
inde miracula sunt possibilia. 



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EX PSYCHOLOGIA. 

1. Distinctione facta inter animae simplicitatem et spirit- 
ualitatem, asserimus principium quod in homine sentit, cogi- 
tat et vult, esse non modo simplex, verum etiam spirituale. 

2. Corpus et anima rationalis ita conjunguntur ad homi- 
nem efformandum ut ex eorum unione una resultet natura 
composita unaque persona. 

3. Anima humana in quovis homine a Deo producitur 
per creationem. 

4. Anima humana est immortalis et perpetuo duratura. 

5. Voluntas humana vera gaudet libertate arbitrii. 

EX NATURALI THEOLOGIA. 

1. Ex conceptu Dei solo non potest ejus'existentia pro- 
bari. 

2. Deum existere, argumentis metaphysicis, physicis et 
moralibus invicte probatur. 

3. Deus est ens perfectissimum, infinitum, unicum, 
aeternum. 

4. Pantheismus est absurdus. 

5. Deus habet providentiam omnium rerum. 

EX ETHICA. 

1. Debet esse aliquis finis ultimus pro homine. 

2. Finis ultimus objectivus hominis, quod non potest 
esse objectum creatum, est Deus solus. Finis ultimus sub- 
jectivus hominis consistit in possessione Dei per intellectum. 

3. Homo potest mereri apud Deum suis actibus. 

4. Sunt actiones intrinsice et natura sua honestae vel 
inhonestae. 



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5. Norma moralitatis est natura rationalis qua talis. 
Haec norma fundatur in ipsa essentia divina. 

6. Actus interior specificatur ex fine, objecto, et circum- 
stantiis. 

7. Existit lex aeterna. Participatio ejus est lex natu- 
alis conscientiae. 

8. Servato moderamine inculpatae tutelae licita est in- 
justi vitae aggressoris occisio. Suicidium et duellum sunt 
illicita. 

9. Jus acquirendi proprietatem est jus naturale, prima 
autem acquisitio proprietatis nititur in occupatione rei quae 
erat nullius. 

10. Socialismus rejiciendus est. 

11. Societas conjugalis ita natura sua stabilis est, ut 
divortium perfectum excludat. 

12. Suprema auctoritas civilis est immediate a Deo, et 
gaudet jure infligendi poenam capitis pro atrocioribus quibus- 
dam criminibus necnon jure belli gerendi. 

13. Jus directe et immediate educandi liberos per se per- 
tinet ad solos parentes. 



CANDIDATI 

Adams, C. Henry Le Baron, Gilbert A. 

Blottin, Leon J. Nelson, John P. 

Bourgeois, Sidney J. Olivier, Charles A. 

Fossier, J. D'Hamecourt Touart, Anthony J. 

Garber, James R. Wagner, Joseph T. 



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PROBLEMS 

Proposed at the Competitive Examination for the Gold 
Medal in the Sciences. 

1. A railway train is travelling at 60 miles an hour, when 
a rifle bullet, fired in a direction at right angles to the line, 
passes through one of the carriages. The hole made in the 
window, by which the bullet enters, is one inch nearer the 
engine than that in the window on the opposite side. 

If the distance between the windows is 10 feet, find the 
speed of the bullet. 

2. How many amperes would have to flow for an hour 
through a resistance of 41.84 ohms, in order that the heat 
produced might suffice to raise a kilogram of water from 
0°C. to the boiling point? 

3. A diving bell is sunk into a lake, until it is two-thirds 
full of water. Assuming 34 feet of water to produce a pres- 
sure of 1 atmosphere, calculate the depth of the surface of 
water in the bell, and the pressure in atmospheres of the con- 
tained air. 

4. How much hydrochloric acid containing 22% pure 
acid is needed to yield 10 litres of carbon dioxide at 15 °C. 
and 760 mm. ? 

5. Given two pieces of metal, one x weighing 2 kilos, 
heated to 80°C, and the other y, weighing 3 kilos, and at the 
temperature of 50°C. To determine their specific heats, they 
are immersed in a kilogram of water, at 10°C. which is there- 
by raised to 26.3°C. 

The experiment is repeated, the two metals being at the 
temperature 100°C. and 40°C. respectively, and as before, they 
are placed in a kilogram of water at 10°C, which, this time, 
is raised to 28.4° C. Required the specific heats of the two 
metals. 

6. Calculate from the following data, the average resist- 



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ance of each of three arc lamps, which are arranged in series.- 
The electro-motive force of the dynamo supplying the current 
is 244 volts, and its resistance is 3.7 ohms, while that of the 
leading wires is 2 ohms, and the strength of the current flow- 
ing through each lamp is 21 amperes. 




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List of Students 



1908-1909 

^ABADIE, LAWRENCE P... ; New Orleans, La. 

•"ABBOTT, ROGER J ! New Orleans, La. 

MADAMS, C HENRY . . .: New Orleans, La. 

MADAMS, P. LOUIS " New Orleans, La. 

x/ ADOUE, CLIFFORD A. Houma, La. 

•j ALVAREZ, BERNARDINO E Mobile, Ala. 

^ANDERSON, FRANK Vancleave, Miss. 

^ANDREPONT, LAWRENCE A. : Opelousas, La. 

«? ANDREPONT, OSCAR J ' Opelousas, La. 

-ARCENEAUX, ALPHONSE H. / Church Point, La. 

^ ARRIGUNAGA, JOSE DE, M/ Merida, Mex. 

V BALBONTIN, ROMEO MJ/. Tampa, Fla. 

v£ BALL, A. CARON New Orleans, La. 

\S BARKER, WILLIAM E. VT. Plaquemine, La. 

y BARNES, JOHN B New Orleans, La. 

» BAUER, JOHN T Mobile, Ala. 

</ BAXTER, ROSSEAU Si/ Chicago,' 111. 

f ,BECKER, JOHN T Brookhaven, Miss. 

y/ BECKER, PIERRE J \ Brookhaven, Miss. 

v/ BERTHELOT, JOSEPH A Hohen Solms, La. 

y BILBAO, RICARDO M. . . . . Bilbao, Spain 

v BLACK, CLARENCE L New Orleans, La. 

</ BLACKWELL, FELIX G Lees Summit, Mo. 

H'-BLOUIN, LEON J. .M Lafourche Crossing, La. 

y BODIN, JOHN R , Franklin, La. 

v/ -BON-VILLAIN, CHARLES N Glencoe, La. 

vX^pUDOUSQUlE, ANGELO ....Battles Wharf, Ala. 

vOBOUDOUSQUIE, LOUIS Battles Wharf, Ala. 

V BOURGEOIS, SIDNEY J M : . Jeanerette, La. 

v/ BRAUD, DAUNIS E. ..T. .Thibodaux, La. 

V^BRAUD, SIDNEY F ,, Thibodaux, La> 

- BRAUD, WILBUR C. . . , . .Thibodaux, La. ' 

/BREARD,- ALBERT G. ..*....:..... .V Monroe, La. ' 



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List of Students 



1908-1909 

<ABADIE, LAWRENCE P... ; New Orleans, La. 

•ABBOTT, ROGER J ! New Orleans, La. 

MADAMS, C. HENRY ...: New Orleans, La. 

v^ADAMS, P. LOUIS " New Orleans, La. 

y/ ADOUE, CLIFFORD A. Houma, La. 

V ALVAREZ, BERNARDINO E Mobile, Ala. 

y> ANDERSON, FRANK Vancleave, Miss. 

/ANDREPONT, LAWRENCE A. : Opelousas, La. 

•ANDREPONT, OSCAR J \ Opelousas, La. 

.ARCENEAUX, ALPHONSE H. Church Point, La. 

ARRIGUNAGA, JOSE DE, M./ Merida, Mex. 

v^-BALBONTIN, ROMEO MK Tampa, Fla. 

V- BALL, A. CARON New Orleans, La. 

^ BARKER, WILLIAM E. VT. Plaquemine, La. 

y BARNES, JOHN B. . . . : New Orleans, La. 

v BAUER, JOHN T Mobile, Ala. 

• BAXTER, ROSSEAU SV. Chicago,' 111. 

/ BECKER, JOHN T Brookhaven, Miss. 

v/ BECKER, PIERRE J '. Brookhaven, Miss. 

s/ BERTHELOT, JOSEPH A Hohen Solms, La. 

y BILBAO, RICARDO M .."... Bilbao, Spain 

v BLACK, CLARENCE L New Orleans, La. 

1/ BLACKWELL, FELIX G Lees Summit, Mo. 

w^BLOUIN, LEON J Lafourche Crossing, La. 

/ BODIN, JOHN R. . . . > , Franklin, La. 

v/ -BON-VILLAIN, CHARLES N. Glencoe, La. 

vX.BOUDOUSQUIE, ANGELO ....Battles Wharf, Ala. 

vX/BOUDOUSQUIE, LOUIS Battles Wharf, Ala. 

V BOURGEOIS, SIDNEY J. y . . . A : . Jeanerette, La. 

\/ BRAUD, DAUNIS E. . .Y. , . .Thibodaux, La. 

V^BRAUD, SIDNEY F ,. Thibodaux, La.' 

' ^ BRAUD, WILBUR C. ,. .Thibodaux, La." 

/BREARD,- ALBERT G. ../...:.:...;. Monroe, La.' 



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vBREARD, ERNEST M Monroe, La."* 

N/&ROWN, JOHN J New Orleans, La. 

ijgROWN, JOSEPH P New Orleans, La. *' 

""BUTT, GEORGE GRIMES Columbus, Ga. 

y B YRNE, PAUL V Lake Forest, 111. 

\/BYRNE, THOMAS i.Lake Forest, 111/'' 

vCHALIN, FREDERICK P New Orleans, La/' 

V CHAPPUIS, CLAUDE L. Crowley, La/ 

VCHAPPUIS, GUY J Crowley, La/ 

VCLERICI, FRANCIS A Puerto Cortes, Sp. Hon< 

COFINO, PEDRO W Guatemala, C. A* 

/COLOMB, ALLAN J Donaldsonville, La/ 

I CONNER, LUCAS New Orleans, La/ 

vfOSTELLO, CHRISTOPHER H Mobile, Ala/ 

\ COSTELLO, HENRY M Mobile, Ala/* 

^RAVEN, THOMAS V. )<\ New Orleans, La*/ 

CUMMINGS, MAURICE F Yazoo City, Miss.' 

Vb'ALBOR, FELIX J. . J.< '....' Patoutville, La/* 

\ D'AQUIN, HOLLIDAY J. . ! New Orleans, La. ' 

DAVIS, JOHN R Mobile, A\z< 

M!)ELANEY, HAROLD W* Key West, Fla/ - 

DELAUNE, ANDREW C. l . . .Thibodaux, La. 

>1>ELAUNE, FELIX J. . h .'..." Thibodaux, Laf 

DESHON, ROBERT E. J . . Chinandega, C. A. ' 

VDIAZ, HUMBERT M Tampa, Fla^- 

^OBSON, CLARKE R. Demopolis, Ala 

DOLSON, BENJAMIN A. U. Galveston, Tex.-" 

DOLSON, JAMES J. v . Galveston, Tex. 

. DOSSMANN, ANDREW .*/ Opelousas, La. 

- DO WE, CARROLL J Montgomery, Ala. 

DOWE, FLURRENCE A Montgomery, Ala, 

VDRAGO, LEE R Mobile, Ala. 

/DUBUISSON, GEORGE W. k". Opelousas, La. 

x/DUCOTE, GUY G. ! Cottonport, La. 

43UCOTE, RICHARD J. . . .Cottonport, La. 

t)UCOTE, WARREN S. . .V Cottonport, La 

V'DUGAN, WILLIAM F.i Winston-Salem, N. C 

VDUGGAN, JAMES E Mobile, Ala. 

DUNBAR, WILLIAM E Jacksonville, Fla/ 



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EASTIN, EARLE E St. Martinsville, La/ 

'- PAGET, LUKE A New Orleans, La. ' 

v FINCH, GREGORY B Mobile, Ala// 

* FIRMENT, ALARIC P Marksville, La/, 

\/ FOSSIER, D'HAMECOURT J New Orleans, La/ 

/FREDERIC, CARLOS E Scranton, Miss/ 

/ FREDERIC, HERMES A Scranton, Miss/ 

l//£UCICH, VLADIMIR P. .Y. New Orleans, La/ 

^GALLAGHER, STAPLETON C> Montgomery, Ala. 

l/ GARBARINO, JOHN W . . .Canton, Miss. 

V GARBER, JAMES R. - Demopolis, Ala. 

GLYNN, ALFRED v: Truxillo, Sp. Honduras 

GOMEZ, ARMANDO C, Caribarien, Cuba'' 

v^ GONZALEZ, BOWEN W> Pensacola, Fla. 

v/ GRACE, THOMAS C. .VT Plaquemine, La. 

v/OREMILLION, HERBERT C. K. Alexandria, La. 

V H AHN, ALBERT J Mobile, Ala/ 

O V HALE, THOMAS P Gulfport, Miss/ 

/HAMILTON, J. PERCY C .Mobile, Ala/ 

y-HARRIGAN, RAYMOND H.| \ .Fulton, Ala/ 

I HEBERT, DUCOTE C. S. . X New Orleans, La. 7 

'-FERNANDEZ, WALTER J. X New Orleans, La/ 

V ; HOLLAND, CHARLES J. . . } New Orleans, La/ 

/ -HORKAN, GEORGE A. , Augusta, Ga/ 

/^HORKAN, THOMAS - Augusta, Ga. ' 

|<>HUDSON, J. MANNING V New Orleans, La/ 

|/>KELLY, HENRY W. v Montgomery, Ala/ 

/ KELLY, THOMAS J . Mobile, Ala/ 

v KEVLIN, EDWARD J Orange Walk, Br. Hand./ 

/ KEVLIN, HENRY R Orange' Walk, Br. Hond./ 

KEVLIN, WALLACE C Orange Walk, Br. Hond./ 

V/'KING, HOMER W Mobile, Ala/ 

KLINGMAN, HENRY A. . V Montegut, La/ 

KONSTANZER, HOFFMAN K. A Mobile, Ala. 

7 KLOSKY, SIMON .Mobile, Ala/ 

TV LABORDE, CLIFFE E. , Marksville, La. 

V XANGE, SIDNEY A New Orleans, La/" 

• LARREA, ALBERT L. V Havana. Cuba/ 

/ LARREA, ANTHONY A. * Havana. Cuba / 

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LAURENTS, ALFRED L Laurents, La/ 

LAVRETTA, LAWRENCE J Mobile, Ala/' 

v£ LAWLESS, CLARENCE T Garden City, La/ 

n/^LE BARON, GILBERT A . Mobile, Ala/ 

s/ LEBEAU, EDWARD J Pensacola, Fla/ 

V' LECHE, KARL P Donaldsonville, La// 

/LOUISELL, CLIFTON M Mobile, Ala/ 

LOWREY, EDWARD B New Orleans, La/ 

MASICH, ANTHONY M New Orleans, La. 

MASICH, RALPH F New Orleans, La. 

v/VtARTEL, ALCIDE A / Franklin, La. 

v4lARTEL, SULLY J. \ Franklin, La, 

t MAYER, GEORGE L K Marksville, La. 

> McDONOUGH, THOMAS M. vT. . . Montgomery, Ala.-" 

McHARDY, COLIN A. . .</ New Orleans, La^ 

McHARD Y, JAMES J. . . / , New Orleans, La^ 

McHARDY, NORMAN A. #/ New Orleans, La/ 

McINTYRE, JAMES D. .k Montgomery, Ala.^ 

McKNIGHT, MATTHEW A> Beaumont, TexS 

•McNAMARA, DANIEL B, Mobile, Ala.-" 

v MEYER, EDWIN L Y Thibodaux, La. 

• MEYER, FRANCIS A ' Thibodaux, La. 

MILLER, WILLIAM A , Belton, Tex. 

^HRANDA, ALBERT N M New Orleans, La/y. , 

lT>MISTRIC, OSCAR J. K Leonville, La. 

MOORE, JOHN L Galveston, Tex. 

MORAN, DENIS S./. Indianapolis, Ind.. 

MOREDA, JOHN Havana, Cuba 

--/ MORERE, FRANCIS C. ..)/. New Orleans, La. y 

MORROW, RUSSELL West Point, Miss. 

MUNOZ, DELFINO, J. Belize, Br. Hond. 

MURRAY, JOHN A Mobile, Ala. 

/ MURRAY, JOSEPH Mobile, Ala. 

MURRAY, LAWRENCE G Columbus, Miss. 

NARREAU, JOSEPH E. ..., New Orleans, La. 

NEEDHAM, RICHARD J. Columbus, Ga/^ 



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NEELY, DUGGAN A Mobile, Ala. 

V^EELY, MAURICE L Mobile, Ala. 

NELSON, JOHN P Mobile, Ala. 






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i/^NEUBURGER, ARTHUR C Mobile, Ala/ 

NEUBURGER, LAWRENCE*B Mobile, Ala. 

^EWCOMB, ARTHUR J. /! Kansas City, Mof 

^EWSHAM, EDWARD L. v St. Francisville, La. 

USfEWSHAM, JOSEPH P St. Francisville, La/ 

V" NICROSI, WILLIAM K Montgomery, Ala: 

/ O'FLINN, JOHN £. V Selma, Ala. 

/OLIVIER, CHARLES A Frozard, La. 

t0'NEIL, EDWARD L Vicksburg, Miss. 

ORFILA, FRANCIS New Orleans, La. 

\ZPRSI, FRANCIS A Canton, Miss.^ 

OWEN, HERMAN Columbus, Miss. 

v^ PARDUE, SHERMAN P New Orleans, La/ 

! PARKER, ROBERT M Jackson, Miss. 

\S PATOUT, PHILIP P Baldwin, La. 

• PATTERSON, HENRY S. Fort Mitchel, Ala. 

^ATY, CLARENCE L New Orleans, La. 

V^PEON, JOACHIM A. ^ Merida, Mex. 

-V* PETERS, THOMAS K..,. St. Louis, Mot 

v^>PLANIOL, JAIME Barcelona, Spain 

^/PLAUCHE, CHARLES H. . Marksville, La. 

•TPLAUCHE, LEE A : Marksville, La. 

l PONCE, LEOPOLDO C. Merida, Mex/ 

V/-PORTOCARRERO, NESTOR A.K ... .Colorado, Sp. Hond. 

vTPOTTER, THOMAS Y Mobile, Ala. 

PREVOST, HENRY J New Orleans, La. 

\APROHASKA, FRANCIS L Morgan City, La. 

V^REGIL, ALVARO DE Merida, Mex. 

1^-REID, ROGER D Vicksburg, Miss. 

RIFFEL, FRANCIS A New Orleans, La. 

/R-IFFEL, STEPHEN V. '.: New Orleans, La. 

v RIVES, JOHN B Macon, Miss. 

t/ ROCA, MANUEL Merida, Mex. 

t/ftOCHE, JOHN "B. , Jacksonville, Fla. 

i/ROSADO, ALVARO Merida, Mex. 

^ftOYCROFT, CHARLES W Mobile, Ala. 

v/^tSCHIMPF, CHARLES R. G Mobile, Ala. 

/•SCHIMPF, FRANCIS W Mobile, Ala. 

^SCHIMPF, TILLMON K Mobile, Ala. 



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• / SCHMITT, WILLIAM A. Yazoo City, Miss. 

i/SCHUESSLER, PAUL S. Baton Rouge, La. 

SHERBURNE, BRUSLE A.< . Plaquemiiie, La. 

SIGUERE, ALBERTO E. Wv ;... . .Guatemala, C. A. 

SIGUERE, CARLOS G. V<. ..Guatemala, C. A. 

/ SKINNER, STANFORD J Skinner, Miss. 

SMITH, FRANCIS L. Algiers, La. 

SPENGLER, LAWSCN Vicksburg, Miss. 

SPINNER, ANDREW E Morgan City, La. 

STEINRIEDE, JOSEPH F. Yazoo City, Miss. 

\//STEWART, RAYMOND A/. Galveston, Tex. 

SUDERMAN, ADOLPH D ...Galveston, Tex. 

. SUDERMAN, CHARLES Wj Galveston, Tex. 

TARLETON, FRANCIS S.V. ... . .. Jcanerette, La. 

/ THEARD, PAUL E New Orleans, La. 

TOOMEY, JOHN E Mobile, Ala. 

TOUART, ANTHONY J Summerville, Ala. 

TOUART, CLARENCE N Summerville, Ala. 

vjSTQUPS, LAWRENCE L. \ Schriever, La. 

TROLIO, JOHN Canton, Miss. 

TROSCLAIR, ALFRED J. ........ .■ Thibodaux, La. 

TURREGANO, PAUL J. Alexandria, La. 

TURREGANO, ROTHERY A. Alexandria, La. 

VACCARO, JOHN Memphis, Tenn. 

VAN HEUVEL, JAMES M Mobile, Ala. 

VAN HEUVEL, JOHN W. Mobile, Ala. 

VELTIN, ARTHUR Opelousas, La. 

/ VIGUERIE, JOHN P. ( . .. .Crawford, La. 

VOORHIES, SIDNEY C New Iberia, La. 

\ W^AGNER, EDWARD C Mobile, Ala. 

x/ WAGNER, JOSEPH T ■ Mobile, Ala. 

W ALET, PERRY H Loreauville, La. 

7 WALSH, PATRICK W Mobile, Ala. 

/WEATHERLY, WALLACE W Gulfport, Miss. 

WEBRE, E. ELMO Thibodaux, La. 

WILSON, JAMES A Mobile, Ala. 

/OTVOHNER, CLARENCE K Canton, Miss. 

VWOHNER, MICHAEL M . ,. Canton, Miss. 

ZERANGUE, ERIC B ; Melville, La. 



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Class Roll, 1908-1909 



SENIOR 






/^dams, C. Henry 
VBlouin, Leon J. 
Wourgeois, Sidney J. 

It/flossier, J. D'Hamecourt 
t-Garber, James R. 



\s£q Baron, Gilbert A. 
^Kelson, John P. 
^Olivier, Charles A. 
Touart, Anthony J. 
vWagner, Joseph T. 



y A 



Alvarez, Bernardino F. 
/Ball, A. Caron 
•^Braud, Sidney F. 
• 'Duggan, James E. 
y'Lavretta, J. Lawrence 
{/Lebeau, Edward J. 

J#al 



JUNIOR 

\Mistric, Oscar J. 
V /Neely, Maurice L. 
Nicrosi, William K. 
O'Flinn, John E. 
Toomey, John E. 
Turregano, Paul J. 
alsh, Patrick W. 



^Bauer, John T. 
i/£)elaune, Felix J. 
t/Frederic, Hermes A. 
/Kelly, W. Henry 
v^eche, Karl P. 



w Abadie, Lawrence P. 
^Andrepont, Lawrence 
^Becker, John T. 
l^d'Aquin, J. Holliday 
^iaz, M. Humbert 
r Dolson, Benjamin A. 
JDucote, "Warren P. 
aget, Luke A. 



SOPHOMORE 



\/£ 



McHardy, James J. 
LPardue, Sherman P. 
v ^atout, Philip P. 
l^lauche, Charles H. 
■Riffel, Stephen V. 

FRESHMAN 

/^race, Thomas C. 

'-Holland, Charles J. 
UMayer, George L. 

UtfcDonough, Thomas M. 
VJrfeyer, Francis A. 
U0tNeil, Edward L. 

i/fouart, Clarence N. 
I^yoorhies, Sidney C. 



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FIRST ACADEMIC 



Barker, William E. 

Becker, Pierre J. 

Braud, Daunis E. 
^B'raud, Wilbur C. 

Breard, Albert G. 
uBrown, Joseph P. 

Colomb, Allan J. 
>,Delaune, Andrew C. 

Dolson, James J. 

Klosky, Simon 

Masich, Anthony F. 

Masich, Ralph M. 

SECOND ACADEMIC 



Miller, William A. 
Needham, Richard D. 
Newsham, Joseph P. 
'-Plauche, Lee A. 
v Portocarrero, Nestor A. 
•Potter, Thomas Y. 
■Prohaska, Francis L. 
Rives, John B. 
Smith, Francis L. 
Spinner, Andrew E. 
Tarleton, Francis F. 
Toups, Lawrence L- 

N 



!/Berthelot, Joseph A. 

Butt, Grimes G. 

Dubuisson, George W. 

Ducote, Richard J. 

Horkan, George A. 
v-McHardy, Norman A. 

Weatherly, Wallace W. 

THIRD ACADEMIC 



\ Abbott, Roger J. M. 

Andrepont, Oscar J. 
I Arceneaux, Alphonse H. 
; Barnes, John B. 

Conner, Lucas 

Davis, John R. 

Hebert, Ducote C. S. 

Horkan, Thomas 

\/Brown, John J. 
Chalin, Frederick P. 
I'Chappuis, Claude L. 
Craven, Thomas V. 
Ducote, Guy G. 
Dugan, William F. 



/Miranda, Albert N. 

Newcomb, Arthur J. 
^Peters, Thomas K. 
Regil, Alvaro de 
Theard, Paul E. 
\y^n Heuvel, John W. 

Morere, Francis C. 
, Newsham, Edward L. 
Peon, Joaquin 
Roca, Manuel 
Rosado, Alvaro 
Sherburne, Brusle A. 
Siguere, Albert E. 
Siguere, Charles G. 

SUPERIOR/ 

VKelly, Thomas J. 
H^aborde, ClifTe E. 
Neuburger, Arthur C. 
Reid, Roger D. 
RifTel, Francis A. 
-Schimpf, Charles R. G. 



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INTERMEDIATE 



v Adams, P. Louis 
l<Byrne, Thomas 
t^Costello, Christopher H. 
'--'Costello, Henry M. 
\-Bbwe, Carroll J. 
o<l3unbar, William E. 
^Firment, Alaric G. 
t_Ffederic, Carlos E. 
LH'ahn, Albert J. 

FIRST 

iBalbontin, Romeo M. 

i^Black, Clarence L. 

is&od'm, John R. 

vByrne, Paul V. 

ubelaney, Harold W. 
L^Dossmann, Andrew 
V©owe, Flurrence A. 
v^Drago, Lee R. 
v uFucich, Vladimir 

Gallagher, C. Stapleton 

•4>lynn, Alfred 

i^Gremillion, Herbert C. 

, Hale, Thomas P. 



v/kevlin, Edward J. 

King, Homer W. 

Moreda, John 

Neely, Duggan A. 
^Spengler, Lawson 

Stewart, Raymond A. 
-Veltin, Arthur 
^Viguerie, John P. 
^Wagner, Edward C. 

ENGLISH 

Hudson, J. Manning 
UMartel, Alcide A. 
iMcIntyre, James D. 
JVlcKnight, Matthew A. 
^McNamara, Daniel B. 
CMoran, Denis S. 
^Murray, Joseph 

Neuburger, Lawrence B. 

Schimpf, Tillmon K. 
\_Tfolio, John 
ITrosclair, Alfred J. 
v -Turregano, Rothery A. 

Veltin, Arthur 



Wohner, Clarence K 



SECOND 
v/Adoue, Clifford A. 
v/Bonvillain, Charles N. 

^Breard, Ernest M. 
''■^Chappuis, Guy J. 
^6'Albor, Felix J. 

^Deshon, Robert E. 

LDobson, R. Clarke 

uEastin, Earl E. 

Uj-arbarino, John W. 
^/Hamilton, J. Percy C. 
^Xlingman, Henry A. 



ENGLISH 

^Martel, J. Sully 
JVfeyer, Edwin L. 

Mo/row, Russell 
^Murray, John A. 
jOrsi, Francis A. 

Owen, Herman 
barker, Robert M. 
UPatterson, Henry S. 

Paty, Clarence L. 
■_ Prevost, Henry J. 
^Roche, John B. 



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SECOND ENGLISH -(Continued.) 

: /Konstanzer, Hoffmann K. Roycroft, Charles W 

Larrea, Albert 

Laurents, Alfred L. 
^/Lawless, Clarence T. 



Blackwell, Felix G. 
Clerici, Francis A. 
Cofino, Pedro W. 
, Harrigan, Raymond H. 
Munoz, Delfino J. 
arreau, Joseph E. 



N; 



i/Steinriede, Joseph F. 
Suderman, Charles W. 
Walet, Perry H. 

THIRD ENGLISH 

N Orfila, Frank 
Planiol, Jaime 
Suderman, Adolph D. 
\/Vaccaro, John B. 
Wilson, James A. 
iWohner, Michael M. 



Zerangue, Eric B. 



Arrigunaga, Joseph 
Baxter, Rosseau S. 
Bilbao, Ricardo M. 
Boudousquie, Angelo 
Boudousquie, Louis 
Gomez, Armando C. 
Hernandez, Walter J 
Lange, Sidney A. 



PREPARATORY 
M. 



^) 



Louisell, Clifton M. 
V^cHardy, Colin A. 
^Moore, Lewis J. 
//Murray, Lawrence G. 
; ^Ponce, Leopoldo C. 
/•Schimpf, Frank W. 

Schuessler, Paul S. 
„ Skinner, Stanford J. 



•Van Heuvel, James M. 




47 

SOCIETIES 



SODALITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY 

The object of this Society is to cultivate among its mem- 
bers a religious spirit and the practice of devotion to the 
Mother of God. 

OFFICERS 

Rev. Amadeus Guyol, S. J Director 

J. P. Nelson Prefect 

L. J. Blouin First Assistant 

A. J. Touart Second Assistant 

C. A. Olivier Secretary 

J. R. Garber 

P. W. Walsh . 

T _^ ^ > Consultors 

J. E. Toomey 

S. F. Braud 

C. J. Laborde 

J. L. Lavretta [ Sacristans 

A. C. Ball 

B. A. Dolson Organist 

C. H. Adams Reader 

MEMBERS 

P. L. Adams C. S. Gallagher W. K. Nicrosi 

J. T. Becker T. C. Grace J. E. O'Flinn 

S. J. Bourgeois E. J. Kevlin E. O'Neil 

J. H. D'Aquin G. A. Le Baron C. H. Plauche 

F. J. Delaune E. J. Lebeau R. D. Reid- 

R. L. Drago O. J. Mistric F. A. Riffel 

W. P. Ducote J. Moreda R. A. Stewart 

E. Dunbar D. Munioz P. J. Turregano 

D'H. J. Fossier D. A. Neely J. T. Wagner 

C. E. Frederic M. L. Xeelv 



48 



Snrtetg flf 't\\t Halg ^ng^Is 



This Society has for its object to foster among the 
younger students a spirit of filial love for the Blessed Virgin, 
the Queen of Angels, and to encourage them in the practice 
of virtue and piety. 



MEMBERS 

Rev. P. Cronin, S. J Director 

J. T, Bauer Prefect 

K. P. Leche 1st Assistant 

J. J. McHardy 2nd Assistant 

P. P. Patout ) 

^ . , T \ Secretaries 

F. A. Meyer J 

M. H. Diaz . ■ 1 n u 

_ T , , I Consultors 

G. L. Mayer J 

J. C. Dowe . ) G . . 

T.P.Hale SaCnStanS 



MEMBERS 



F. A. Dowe 

C. J. Holland 

D. B. McNamara 



L. A. Plauche 
F. L. Prohaska 
C. N. Touart 



CANDIDATES 



J. A. Berthelot 
W. C. Braud 
F. J. D'Albor 
W. H. Kelly 
E. L. Meyer 



W. A. Miller 
T. Y. Potter 
H. J. Prevost 
J. Peon 
L. L. Toups 



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TItb ^tpastkship xtf Vrugzx 



in union with 



THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS 



This Association aims at training its members in the 
practice of prayer and other good works, by seeking in them 
the interests of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, viz : "The glory 
of God and the salvation of souls." 

Rev. M. J. Walsh, S. J Director 



PROMOTERS 



First Division 
C Henry Adams (Chief) 
Leon J. Blouin 
Sidney F. Braud 
Karl P. Leche 
John P. Nelson 
Roger D. Reid 
Anthony J. Touart 



Second Division 

John T. Bauer (Chief) 
M. Humbert Diaz 
Thomas P. Hale 
Charles Holland 
George L. Mayer 
Francis A. Meyer 
Philip P. Patout 
Clarence N. Touart 



Third Division 



William E. Barker (Chief) 
Allan J. Colomb 



Flurrence A. Dowe 
C. K. Wohner 



50 



<Mlar bergs' ^ssndatinn 



This Society is established to add solemnity to Divine 
Worship and to cherish in the hearts of its members devotion 
to the Blessed Sacrament. 



OFFICERS 



Mr. T. S. King, S. J Director 

J. T. Bauer President 

K. P. Leche Secretary 

C. J. Holland Censor 



MEMBERS 



W. E. Barker 
D. E. Braud 
W. C. Braud 
M. H. Diaz 
J. C. Dowe 

F. A. Dowe 
T. P. Hale 
S. Klosky 

G. L. Mayer 



F. A. Meyer 
W. A. Miller 
D. R. Needham 
T. K. Peters 
L. A. Plauche 
T. Y. Potter 
F. S. Tarleton 
C. N. Touart 
L. h. Toups 



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yterarg Snrirtics 



The object of these Societies is the cultivation of elo- 
quence by means of debates, dramatic readings and declama- 
tions. 

SENIOR 



OFFICERS 

Rev. A. Guyol, S. J Moderator 

First Term Second Term 

W. A. Schmitt, B. S. '08 J. P. Nelson President 

J. P. Nelson J. R. Garber Secretary 

T. V. Craven J. E. Duggan Censor 



MEMBERS 



C. H. Adams 
L. P. Adams 
C. A. Ball 
J. T. Becker 
L. J. Blouin 
S. F. Braud 
J. J. Brown • 
H. d'Aquin 
B. A. Dc:scn 
W. F. Dugan 
G. A. LeBaron 



A. C. Martel 
C. E. Laborde 
W. K. Nicrosi 
J. E. O'Flinn 

E. L. O'Neil 
R. D. Reid 

F. A. Riffel 
C. R. Schimpf 
A. J. Tourrt 
J. E. Toomey 
J. T. Wagner 



JUNIOR 



OFFICERS 

Rev. E. I. Fazakerley Moderator 

J. T. Bauer President 

M. H. Diaz Secretary 

J. J. McHardy Censor 



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MEMBERS 



W. C. Braud 
J. C. Dowe 
J. J. Dolson 
G. B. Finch 
T. P. Hale 
C. J. Holland 
W. H. Kelly 



K. P. Leche 
G. L. Mayer 
D. B. McNamara 
H. J. Prevost 
L. A. Plauche 
F. L. Smith 
C. W. Touart 



A. R. Turregano 



53 



The Spring Hill Review 



Published by 



The Students of Spring Hill College 



MOBILE, ALABAMA 



STAFF 



Rev. P. Cronin, S. J Director 

J. R. Garber Editor-in-Chief 

ASSOCIATE EDITORS 

C. A. Olivier ) 

tt.^ > College Notes 

J. E. Duggan j s 

T. V. Craven Societies 

R. D. Reid Athletics 

C. H. Adams Alumni 

A. J. Touart Exchanges 

J. T. Bauer Junior Notes 

K. P. Leche 

BUSINESS MANAGERS 

J. P. Nelson J. T. Wagner 

Remittances, literary contributions and business letters 
should be addressed: 

THE SPRING HILL REVIEW 

Spring Hill 

Mobile Co., Ala. 



54 

^trillrarmamc SamitES 



The object of these Societies is to add solemnity to reli- 
gious and literary festivals and to give the members an oppor- 
tunity of improving themselves in the practice of instrumental 
music. 

SENIOR BRASS BAND 

OFFICERS 

Rev. Geo. A. Rittmeyer, S.J President 

Prof. A. J. Staub, Mus. D Director 

J. P. Nelson Vice-President 

C. R. Schimpf Treasurer 

J. L. Lavretta Censor 

J. R. Garber Librarian 

MEMBERS 

L. J. Blouin D'H. J. Fossier 

J. J. Brown A. A. Martel 

B. A. Dolson D. S. Moran 
W. F. Dugan D. A. Neely 

1 • A. J. Touart 

JUNIOR BRASS BAND 

OFFICERS 

Mr. J. A. Higgins, S.J President 

Prof. A. J. Suffich, Mus. B Director 

K. P. Leche Vice-President 

F. A. Meyer Secretary 

J. J. Dolson Censor 

MEMBERS 

J. Brown B. Sherburne 

J. Davis _ J. Trolio 

D. Braud E. Meyer 
Jas. Van Heuvel H. Frederic 

C. Touart . H. Konstanzer 
Y. Potter C. Holland 

F. Dowe D. McNamara 

F. Morere J. McHardy 



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OFFICERS 



Mr. J. A. Higgins, S. J. 
Prof. A. J. Staub, Mus. D. 



. Director 
Organist 



H. Adams 
C. Ball 
J. Becker 
C. Black 
S. Braud 

B. Dolson 
J. Duggan 
W. Dugan 

C. Frederic 
J. Garber 



MEMBERS 



T. Kelly 

L. Lavretta 
J. Nelson 
S. Pardue 
F. Riffel 
J. Toomey 
A. Touart 
P. Turregano 
T. Wagner 
W. Walsh 



©allege ©rrtestra 



OFFICERS 



Rev. C. Ruhlmann, S. J. 
Prof. A. J. Staub, Mus. D. Prof. A. J. Suffich, Mus. B. 



K. P. Leche 
H. A. Frederic 
D. Moran 

D. Braud 

E. Meyer 

A. Martel . . . 

F. Meyer 



MEMBERS 



I Flutes 



Clarinets 
I Cornets 



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W. Dugan 

A. Touart ; 

J. Toomcy 

R. Drag© 

H. Konstanzer . VII Violins 

C. Schimpf 

Prof. Suffich Cello 

Rev. C. Ruhlmann, S. J.. .C. Bass 

B. and J. Dolson , .French Horns 

C. Touart Trombone 

Rev. P. J. Philippe, S. J. . Saxophone 

J. L. Lavretta v 

T. and B. Dolson f ^. 
. , ~, «. > Piano Accompanists 

A. and C. Siguere 

R. Balbontin 



hearting Unnrn $&suzmti£m% 



These Associations are intended to encourage useful read- 
ing among the students. During the hours of recreation, 
they may have access to libraries of more than two thousand 
volumes on various subjects by the best ancient and modern 
writers. i "* 



Senior yhrarg 
OFFICERS 

Mr. F. D. Sullivan, S. J Director 

J. Nelson President 

J. Duggan Vice-President 

S. Braud Treasurer 

H. Costello Librarian 



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OFFICERS 

Mr. C. A. King, S. J Director 

K. P. Leche President 

T. C. Grace Vice-President 

M. H. Diaz Treasurer 

G. Finch 

« AT « . > Librarians 

C. N. Touart 



*■ OFFICERS 

Mr. T. A. Carey, S. J Director 

W. Barker President 

A. Siguere Vice-President 

L. Murray Treasurer 

J. Martel Librarian 

i 

OFFICERS 

Mr. F. D. Sullivan, S. J Moderator 

L. J. Blouin President 

C. Schimpf Vice-President 

J. T. Wagner .Censor 

SEttitfr (Sgmnastum ^ssaciatinn 

OFFICERS 

Mr. F. D. Sullivan, S. J Moderator 

H. Adams President 

C. Frederic treasurer 



58 

guttiar UilttHril ^crnm fazstxtiutixm 

OFFICERS 

Mr. C. A. King, S.J Moderator 

M. Neely , President 

P. Patout Vice-President 

C. Dowe ) ~ 

R. Stewart [ CenSOrS 



OFFICERS 

Mr. C. A. King, S. J Moderator 

W. P. Ducote President 

P.. Patout Vice-President 




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H0II 0f Hxmnx 



The following students were distinguished during the 
year for good conduct and application to study. 

(The Highest Number of Marks Attainable is 100) 

SENIOR DIVISION 

BRAUD, SIDNEY F 100 

CHALIN, FREDERICK P 100 

COSTELLO, HENRY M 100 

DELAUNE, FELIX J 100 

DUCOTE, GUY G 100 

DUNBAR, WILLIAM E 100 

EASTIN, EARL E 100 

FREDERIC, CARLOS E. 100 

GALLAGHER, C. STAPLETON ....100 

GRACE, THOMAS C 100 

HAHN, ALBERT J 100 

KEVLIN, EDWARD J 100 

LABORDE, CLIFFE E 100 

OLIVIER, CHARLES A 100 

PLAUCHE, CHARLES H 100 

REID, ROGER D 100 

BALL, A. CARON 99 

DUGGAN, JAMES E 99 

KELLY, THOMAS J 99 



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LAURENTS, ALFRED L. .), .'. 99 

LEBEAU, EDWARD J 99 

LECHE, KARL P 99 

NICROSI, WILLIAM K 99 

BECKER, PIERRE J 98 

BOURGEOIS, SIDNEY J 98 

LAVRETTA, LAWRENCE J 98 

SCHIMPF, TILLMON K 98 

WALSH, PATRICK W 98 

BLOUIN, LEON J 97 

COSTELLO, CHRISTOPHER H 97 

D'AQUIN, J. HOLLIDAY 97 

GARBER, JAMES R 97 

LE BARON, GILBERT A 97 

NELSON, JOHN P 97 

RIFFEL, STEPHEN V 97 

DOLSON, BENJAMIN A 96 

MARTEL, ALCIDE A 96 

NEELY, MAURICE L 96 

TOOMEY, JOHN P 96 

STEWART, RAYMOND A 95 

NEUBURGER, LAWRENCE B 94 

GREMILLION, HERBERT C 93 

FOSSIER, J. D'HAMECOURT 92 

TOUART, ANTHONY J 92 

PLANIOL, JAIME 91 

BECKER, JOHN T 90 

DUCOTE, WARREN S, 90 

FIRMENT, ALARIC P 90 

MISTRIC, OSCAR J 90 



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PARDUE, SHERMAN P 90 

ANDREPONT, LAWRENCE A 89 

TURREGANO, PAUL J 89 

BLACKWELL, FELIX G 86 

VIGUERIE, JOHN P 83 

JUNIOR DIVISION 

BAUER, JOHN T 100 

BRAUD, DAUNIS E 100 

BRAUD, WILBUR C 100 

DELAUNE, ANDREW C 100 

HALE, THOMAS P 100 

KELLY, W. HENRY 100 

MAYER, GEORGE L 100 

MEYER, FRANCIS A 100 

NEEDHAM, RICHARD J 100 

PATOUT, PHILIP P 100 

PEON, JOACHIM A 100 

TOUPS, LAWRENCE L 100 

WOHNER, CLARENCE K 100 

McINTYRE, JAMES D 99 

PATTERSON, HENRY S 99 

PREVOST, HENRY J 99 

KONSTANZER, PIOFFMAN K. A 98 

McHARDY, JAMES J 9S 

PATY, CLARENCE L 98 

WEBRE, E. ELMO 98 

NEWSHAM, JOSEPH P 97 

D'ALBOR, FELIX J 96 

DOWE, J. CARROLL 96 

WEATHERLY, WALLACE W 96 

ROCA, MANUEL 95 



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MARTEL, J. SULLY 94 

TOUART, CLARENCE N 94 

MURRAY, JOHN A 93 

NEWCOMB, ARTHUR J 93 

HOLLAND, CHARLES J 91 

CHAPPUIS, GUY J 88 

DOWE, FLURRENCE A 88 

KLOSKY, SIMON 84 

PLAUCHE, LEE A 82 

THIRD DIVISION 

ANDREPONT, OSCAR J 100 

BOUDOUSQUIE, ANGELO 100 

MURRAY, LAWRENCE G 98 

BOUDOUSQUIE, LOUIS 97 

BARKER, WILLIAM E 94 

MORERE, FRANCIS C 93 

HORKAN, THOMAS 92 

SCHIMPF, FRANCIS W 92 

ARCENEAUX, ALPHONSE H 88 

BILBAO, RTCARDO M. 88 

McHARDY, COLIN A 88 

NEWSHAM, EDWARD L 84 

HORKAN, GEORGE A 83 

LOUISELL, CLIFTON M 83 

SKINNER, STANFORD J 81 



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&. TO. 1. (5. 






of 



spring IftU (Knllrg? 

lOBiInEsriag, fune 16, 1909 

£i 9:30 £. TO. 
TOabile, £Ta. 



65 



9, 



roaram 



y 



Overture, "Nabucco, " Verdi 

Salutatory James R. Garber 

Duo ( Violin, Flute ) Walden 

Violin: H. Konstanzer 

Flute: K. Leche 

Piano: Prof. A. J. Stauh 

R ecitation, ' ' The Last String, " *_ A nonymous 

Benjamin Dolson 

Narcissus Nevin 

College Orchestra 

Recitation, "Wolsey's Soliloquy, " Shakespeare 

Stephen V. Riff el 

Ballet Scene, for Violin and Piano De Beriot 

Violin: W. Dugan; Piano: Prof A. /. Stauh 

Jlddress Rev. E. C. De La Moriniere 

Chorus, "Spring Hill," Prof. A.J. Staub 

Valedictory Jlnthony J. Touart 

Fantaisie Militaire A rranged by Prof. A . J. Staub 

College Orchestra 

Conferring of Degrees — 

A Ward of Medals Very Rev. President 

Enchantment, Valse Alberti 

College Orchestra 



66 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 



J. LOUIS BLOUIN, A. B,v 
FRANCIS R. BLOUIN, A. B. 



67 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 

y 

v :^DAMS, C. HENRY 
\/ s/^OLIVIER, CHARLES A. " 
^ t TOUART, ANTHONY J. |/ " 
S VL^LOUIN, LEON J. y 4t 
S ^^ELSON, JOHN J. w 

y^LE BARON, GILBERT A. """ 
S Wf^gARBER, JAMES R. •"""" 

y^BOURGEOIS, SIDNEY J. / 
V DOSSIER, J. D'HAMECOURT u 
' KVAGNER, JOSEPH T. 

THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE CLASS 
WERE WON BY 

C. HENRY ADAMS. 



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THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 

REID, ROGER D. / 
1/ GRAVEN, THOMAS V. ^ 
y/ ^LABORDE, CLIFFE E. 

i/( u5halin, frederi#k p. y 

SCHIMPF, CHARLES R. G. / 
i^ROWN, JOHN J. y/ 
M^UGAN, WILLIAM F.V 
t/ ^t)UCOTE, GUY G. ^ 

KBLLY, THOMAS J. / 
; NEUBURGER, ARTHUR C. V 

RIFFEL, FRANCIS A. ^/ ■ 

CHAPPUIS, CLAUDE L. / 

THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE CLASS 
WERE WON BY 

ROGER D. REID 



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9 



roqram 

Elocution Contest May 30th, 1909 

FIRST SECTION 

Bernardo del Carpio Hemans 

P. L. Adams 

Speech before the Virginia Convention P. Henry 

A. C. Ball 

Catiline's Defiance Geo. Crowley 

... T. V. Craven 

xhe Death Bed of Benedict Arnold Geo. Lip par d 

C. E. Laborde 

The Daughter of Herodias Anonymous 

*'' A. C. Neuburger 

Count Candespina's Standard Geo. Boker 

J. E. O'BIinn 

Wolsey's Soliloquy Shakespeare 

S. V. Riffel 

SECOND SECTION 

The Last String Anonymous 

B. A. Dolson 

The Polish Boy Anonymous 

F. L. Smith 

The Seminole's Defiance Patten 

A. R. Turregano 

DECISION <JF JUDGES 

JUDGES 

Rev. Thomas Eaton Matthias Mahorner 

JNicholas A. Madler Edward B. Dreaper 

Ernest S. Feagin 



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Award of Medals 



THE BISHOP'S MEMORIAL MEDAL 

FOUNDED 
BY THE LATE 

RT. REV. BISHOP O'SULLIVAN, D. D. 

FOR 

Excellence in Christian Doctrine 

AND 

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. CHARLES A. OLIVIER 

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SUPERIOR 



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CLASSICAL COURSE 



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SECOND PREMIUM 
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Maurice L. Neely 

EXCELLENCE 

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LATIN 

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J. Lawrence Lavretta 

GREEK 

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SECOND PREMIUM 
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HISTORY 

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DISTINGUISHED 
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James E. Duggan 



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James E. Duggan 



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SOPHOMORE 

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James J. McHardy 

SECOND PREMIUM 
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DISTINGUISHED 
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EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
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DISTINGUISHED 
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LATIN 

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John T. Bauer 

SECOND PREMIUM 
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DISTINGUISHED 
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GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Henry W. Kelly 

SECOND PREMIUM 
John T. Bauer 

DISTINGUISHED 
Charles H. Plauche James J. McHardy 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Henry W. Kelly 

f John T. Bauer 
SECOND PREMIUM 1 c , D ^ , 

L bherman P. Pardue 

DISTINGUISHED 
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GEOMETRY 

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SECOND PREMIUM 
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HISTORY 

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SECOND PREMIUM 
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DISTINGUISHED 
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BOOKKEEPING 

FIRST PREMIUM 
John T. Bauer 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Felix J. Delaune 

DISTINGUISHED 
Henry W. Kelly Charles H. Plauche 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Karl P. Leche 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Felix J. Delaune 

DISTINGUISHED . . 

Gregory B. Finch Henry W. Kelly 



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Fresh 



resnman 

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FIRST PREMIUM 
George L. Mayer 

SECOND PREMIUM 
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EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
John T. Becker 

SECOND PREMIUM 

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LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Thomas C. Grace 

SECOND PREMIUM 
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DISTINGUISHED 
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) Sidney C. Voorhies 1 Clarence N. Touart 



95 
GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Sidney C. Voorhies 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Thomas C. Grace 

DISTINGUISHED 

Lawrence A. Andrepont George L. Mayer 

Clarence N. Touart Holliday J. D'Aquin 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 
John T. Becker 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Holliday J. D'Aquin 

Edward L. O'Neil Sidney C. Voorhies 

Humbert M. Diaz Thomas C. Grace 

GEOMETRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
John T. Becker 

SECOND PREMIUM 
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DISTINGUISHED 

Thomas C. Grace Francis A. Meyer 

Edward L. O'Neil Clarence N. Touart 



95 



HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
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SECOND PREMIUM 
Sidney C. Voorhies 

DISTINGUISHED 



Thomas C. Grace 
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George L. Mayer 
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BOOKKEEPING 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Warren S. Ducote 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Edward L. O'Neil 



John T. Becker 
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DISTINGUISHED 



Francis A. Meyer 
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ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
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SECOND PREMIUM 
DISTINGUISHED 



Humbert M. Diaz 



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Holliday J. D'Aquin 
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97 

FIRST ACADEMIC 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

f Lee A. Plauche 
ex aequo -j . _ 

[ Daunis E. Braud 

"SECOND PREMIUM 
Andrew C. Delaune 

DISTINGUISHED 
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Richard J. Needham 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Daunis E. Braud 

SECOND PREMIUM 
John B. Rives 

DISTINGUISHED 
Lawrence L. Toups William A. Miller 

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Francis L. Prohaska 

DISTINGUISHED 
John B. Rives William A. Miller 

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98 



GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Daunis E. Braud 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Lawrence L. Toups 

DISTINGUISHED 
John B. Rives Andrew C. Delaune 

Lee A. Plauche 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 
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SECOND PREMIUM 

f John B. Rives 
ex aequo < ' . c . u 

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Joseph P. Newsham Allan J. Colorab- 

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ALGEBRA 

FIRST PREMIUM 
John B. Rives 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Pierre J. Becker 

DISTINGUISHED 
Andrew C. Delaune Lawrence L. Toups 

William E. Barker • Simon Klosky 

Daunis E. Braud 



99 



HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Joseph P. Newsham 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Andrew C. Delaune 



Pierre J. Becker 
Francis S. Tarleton 



James J. Dolson 



DISTINGUISHED 

Joseph P. Brown 
ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Francis L. Smith 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Wilbur C. Braud 

DISTINGUISHED 

Ralph F. Masich 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Daunis E. Braud 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Wilbur C. Braud 



John B. Rives 
Simon Klosky 



Allan J. Colomb 



DISTINGUISHED 



Francis L. Prohaska 
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John B. Rives 



Lawrence L. Toups 
Pierre J. Becker 

Francis S. Tarleton 



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CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
George. W. Dubuisson 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Thomas K. Peters 

DISTINGUISHED 

John W. Van Heuvel George A. Hoikan 

Joseph A. Berthelot 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Joseph A. Berthelot 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Thomas K. Peters 

DISTINGUISHED 

Arthur J. Newcomb Wallace W. Weatherly 

Richard J. Ducote 

LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Joseph A. Berthelot 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Richard J. Ducote 

DISTINGUISHED 

John W. Van Heuvel Paul E. Theard 

Wallace W. Weatherly 



10L 

GREEK 

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Richard J. Ducote 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Joseph A. Berthelot 

DISTINGUISHED 

Thomas K. Peters George W. Dubuisson 

Wallace W. Weatherly 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Arthur J. Newcomb 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Thomas K. Peters 

DISTINGUISHED 

Joseph A. Berthelot George G. Butt 

John W. Van Heuvel 

ARITHMETIC 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Arthur J. Newcomb 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Joseph A. Berthelot 

DISTINGUISHED 

George G. Butt Thomas K. Peters 

Wallace W, Weatherly 



102 



HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Thomas K. Peters 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Arthur J. Newcomb 

DISTINGUISHED 

Wallace W. Weatherly George G. Butt 

Norman A. McHardy 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Norman A. McHardy 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Alvaro de Regil 

DISTINGUISHED 

George G. Butt Richard J. Ducote 

Wallace W. Weatherly 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Norman A. McHardy 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Arthur J. Newcomb 

DISTINGUISHED 

Wallace W. Weatherly John W. Van Heuvel 

George A. Horkan 



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FIRST PREMIUM 
Carlos G. Siguere 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Manuel Roca 



Joachim A. Peon 



DISTINGUISHED 

Alphonse H. Arceneaux 
Francis C. Morere 

EXCELLENCE 



Manuel Roca 



Joachim A. Peon 



FIRST PREMIUM 
Oscar J. Andrepont 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Joachim A. Peon 

DISTINGUISHED 

Francis C. Morere 

LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Manuel Roca 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Oscar J. Andrepont 

DISTINGUISHED 

Edward L. Newsham 



Carlos G. Siguere 



Carlos G. Siguere 



104 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Manuel Roca 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Joachim A. Peon 

DISTINGUISHED 

Carlos G. Siguere Edward L,. Newsham 

Oscar J. Andrepont 

ARITHMETIC 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Oscar J. Andrepont 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Joachim A. Peon 

DISTINGUISHED 

Carlos G. Siguere Manuel Roca. 

Alberto E. Siguere 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Brusle A. Sherburne 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Joachim A. Peon 

DISTINGUISHED 

Oscar J. Andrepont Manuel Roca. 

Francis C. Morere 



105 



ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Manuel Roca 

SECOND PREMIUM 
C. S. Ducote Hebert 

DISTINGUISHED 

John R. Davis Oscar J. Andrepont 

Alphonse H. Arceneaux 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Carlos G. Siguere 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Edward L. Newsham 

DISTINGUISHED 
Alvaro Rosado Joachim A. Peon 

Manuel Roca 



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ENGLISH COURSE 



INTERMEDIATE 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM ' 

Edward J. Kevlin 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Carroll J. Dowe 

DISTINGUISHED 

Henry M. Costello Carlos E. Frederic 

Raymond A> Stewart 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Carroll J. Dowe 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Albert J. Hahn 

DISTINGUISHED 

Edward J. Kevlin Henry M. Costello 

William E. Dunbar 

, ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Albert J. Hahn 

; Carroll J. Dowe 
Edward J. Kevlin 

DISTINGUISHED 
William E. Dunbar P. Louis Adams 



107 

TRIGONOMETRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Carroll J. Dowe 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Henry M. Costello 

DISTINGUISHED 

Albert J. Hahn Alaric P. Firment 

Edward J. Kevlin 

CHEMISTRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Carroll J. Dowe 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Edward J. Kevlin 

DISTINGUISHED 

Albert J. Hahn J John Moreda 

William E. Dunbar \ Carlos E. Frederic 

HISTORY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Carroll J. Dowe 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Albert J. Hahn 

DISTINGUISHED 

Edward J. Kevlin Henry M. Costello 

Raymond A. Stewart 






108 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
P. Louis Adams 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Raymond A. Stewart 

DISTINGUISHED 

Albert J. Hahn Thomas Byrne 

Edward J. Kevlin 







109 

FIRST ENGLISH 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Thomas P. Hale 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Flurrence A. Dowe 

DISTINGUISHED 

Romeo M. Balbontin James D. Mclntyre 

Rothery A. Turregano . Clarence K. Wohner 

Clarence L. Black 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Thomas P. Hale 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Flurrence A. Dowe 

DISTINGUISHED 
Rothery A. Turregano Denis S. Moran 

Clarence K. Wohner Lawrence B. Neuburger 

Alcide A. Martel 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 
James D. Mclntyre 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Thomas P. Hale 

DISTINGUISHED 
Denis S. Moran Clarence K. Wohner 

Vladimir P. Fucich Rothery A. Turregano 

Romeo M. Balbontin 



110 

GEOMETRY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Herbert C. Gremillion 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Romeo M. Balbontin 

DISTINGUISHED 

Flurrence A. Dowe Thomas P. Hale 

Rothery A. Turregano Denis S. Moran 

Clarence K. Wohner 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 



FIRST PREMIUM 
Thomas P. Hale 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Denis S. Moran 

DISTINGUISHED 
Harold W. Delaney Paul V. Byrne 

Vladimir P. Fucich Rothery A. Turregano 

Clarence K. Wohner 



BOOKKEEPING 



FIRST PREMIUM 
Herbert C. Gremillion 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Clarence L. Black 

DISTINGUISHED 
Harold W. Delaney Rothery A. Turregano 

Clarence K. Wohner John Trolio 

Alcide A. Martel 



ill 



ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Rothery A. Turregano 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Thomas P. Hale 

DISTINGUISHED 

Denis S. Moran Daniel B. McNamara 

James D. Mclntyre Clarence K. Wohner 

Alcide A. Martel 



112 



Second English 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Henry J. Prevost 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Alfred L. Laurents 

DISTINGUISHED 

Francis A. Orsi John A. Murray 

Maurice F. Cummings Henry A. Klingman 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Henry J. Prevost 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Hoffmann K. A. Konstanzer 

DISTINGUISHED 

J. Sully Martel Alfred L. Laurents 

John A. Murray E. Elmo Webre 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Perry H. Walet 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Joseph F. Steinriede 

DISTINGUISHED 

Robert E. Deshon Hoffmann K. A. Konstanzer 

John A. Murray Henry J. Prevost 



113 
ALGEBRA 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Robert E. Deshon 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Hoffmann K. A. Konstanzer 

DISTINGUISHED 
Henry J. Prevost John A. Murray 

Alfred L. Laurents Robert M. Parker 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Alfred L. Laurents 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Henry J. Prevost 

DISTINGUISHED 

Hoffmann K. A. Konstanzer John A. Murray 

Perry H. Walet . Robert E. Deshon 

BOOKKEEPING 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Robert E. Deshon 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Henry J. Prevost 

DISTINGUISHED 

E. Elmo Webre Hoffmann K. A. Konstanzer 

Joseph F. Steinriede John A. Murray 






114 
ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Robert M. Parker 



SECOND PREMIUM 
J. Sully Martel 



DISTINGUISHED 



Henry J. Prevost ■ Alfred L. Laurents 

Felix J. D'Albor Charles W. Roycroft 






PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Hoffmann K. A. Konstanzer 



SECOND PREMIUM 
Francis A. Orsi 

DISTINGUISHED 



E. Elmo Webre John A. Murray 

Henry J. Prevost Alfred L. Laurents 



115 



John Vaccaro 



Third English 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Jaime Planiol 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Raymond H. Harrigan 

DISTINGUISHED 



Eric B. Zerangue 



Jaime Planiol 



EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Felix G. Blackwell 
SECOND PREMIUM 
Michael M. Wohner 



DISTINGUISHED 



Raymond H. Harrigan 



John Vaccaro 



ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Jaime Planiol 
SECOND PREMIUM 
John Vaccaro 

DISTINGUISHED 
Raymond H. Harrigan 



Felix G. Blackwell 



116 

ARITHMETIC 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Raymond H. Harrigan 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Pedro W. Cofino 

DISTINGUISHED 

Michael M. Wohner Jaime Planiof 

Delfino J. Munoz 



HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 

John Vaccaro 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Jaime Planiol 

DISTINGUISHED 

Felix G. Blackwell Raymond H. Harrigan 

SPELLING 

FIRST PREMIUM 

John Vaccaro 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Felix G. Blackwell 

DISTINGUISHED 

Jaime Planiol Raymond H. Harrigan 

• Pedro W. Cofino 



117 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Delfino Munoz 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Joseph E. Narreau 

DISTINGUISHED 

Francis A. Clerici Eric B. Zerangue 

Jaime Planiol 



PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Jaime Planiol 

bECOND PREMIUM 

Pedro W. Cofino 

DISTINGUISHED 

Joseph E. Narreau Michael M. Wohner- 

Raymond H. Harrigan 



118 



Preparatory Course 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Lawrence G. Murray 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Angelo Boudousquie 

DISTINGUISHED 
Paul S. Schuessler James W. Van Heuvel 

Armando C. Gomez Colin A. McHardy 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Lawrence G. Murray 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Sidney A. Lange 

DISTINGUISHED 
Angelo Boudousquie Colin A. McHardy 

James M. Van Heuvel Louis Boudousquie 

ENGLISH GRAMMAR 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Lawrence G. Murray 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Sidney A. Lange 

DISTINGUISHED 
Angelo Boudousquie Colin A. McHardy 



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ARITHMETIC 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Lawrence G. Murray 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Armando C. Gomez 

DISTINGUISHED 

Sidney A. Lange Angelo Boudousquie 

Colin A. McHardy Francis W. Schimpf 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 
Lawrence G. Murray 

SECOND PREMIUM 

James M. Van Heuvel 

DISTINGUISHED 

Angelo Boudousquie Louis Boudousquie 

Colin A. McHardy Ricardo M. Bilbao 

SPELLING 

FIRST PREMIUM 

'Lawrence G. Murray 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Sidney A. Lange 

DISTINGUISHED 

Armando C. Gomez Angelo Boudousquie 

Paul S. Schuessler Stanford J. Skinner 



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ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM 
James M. Van Heuvel 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Stanford J. Skinner 

DISTINGUISHED 

Clifton M. Louisell Colin A. McHardy 

Lawrence G. Murray 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Angelo Boudousquie 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Armando C. Gomez 

DISTINGUISHED 

Lawrence G. Murray Walter J. Hernandez. 

Louis Boudousquie Colin A. McHardy 



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MODERN LANGUAGES 



French 



FIRST CLASS 

PREMIUM 
Lee A. Plauche 

DISTINGUISHED 
Francis S. Tarleton 



SECOND CLASS 

PREMIUM 

Sidney A. Lange 

DISTINGUISHED 
A Rothery Turregana 



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German 



PREMIUM ' 
Hoffmann K. A. Konstanzer 

DISTINGUISHED 

Lawrence B. Neuburger 



Spanish 



PREMIUM 
Henry J. Prevost 

DISTINGUISHED 

William E. Dunbar 
Harold W. Delaney 



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Stenography 



PREMIUM 

Romeo M. Balbontin 

DISTINGUISHED 

Paul J. Turregano Joseph F. Steinriede 

Tillmon K. Schimpf 



Typewriting 



FIRST DIVISION 
PREMIUM 

John Moreda 



SECOND DIVISION 
PREMIUM 

John Trolio 



DISTINGUISHED 
Charles R. G. Schimpf 
Romeo M. Balbontin 
William K. Nicrosi 



DISTINGUISHED 
Joachim A. Peon 
Henry M. Costello 



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Man'uei Roca 
E. Elmo Webre 
Alvaro de Regil 



DRAWING 

ARCHITECTURAL 

PREMIUM 

Charles R. G. Schimpf 

DISTINGUISHED 
Rothery A. Turregano 
J. Sully Martel 
Hoffmann K. A. Konstanzer 

MECHANICAL 

PREMIUM 

Carlos G. Siguere 

DISTINGUISHED 

Albert J. Hahn Brusle A, Sherburne 

James M. Van Heuvel Roger J. Abbott 

Alberto E. Siguere Jose de M. Arrigunaga 

John W. Van Heuvel 

ORNAMENTAL 

PREMIUM 

Denis S. Moran 



DISTINGUISHED 



Jaime Planiol 
Alvaro Rosado 
Angelo Boudousquie 

ENGINEERING 

First Premium : Thomas Byrne 
2nd Premium: AlcideA. Martd 

DISTINGUISHED 
Thomas V. Craven 
Thomas V. Byrne 



Eraneis C. Morere 
Paul S. Schuessler 
Louis Boudousquie 

PYSOGRAPHY 

PREMIUM 
Clarence N. Touart 
DISTINGUISHED 
Thomas Horkan 
George A. Horkan 



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Music 



PIANO 

DIVISION A 

FIRST PREMIUM 

J. Lawrence Lavretta 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Benjamin Dolson 

DISTINGUISHED 

Romeo M. Balbontin Francis L. Prohaska 

Humbert M. Diaz James J. Dolson 

Thomas V. Craven Thomas Y. Potter 

George L. Mayer 

DIVISION B 

FIRST PREMIUM 

Carlos J. Siguere 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Alberto E. Siguere 

DISTINGUISHED 

William E. Barker Stanford J. Skinner 

Francis G. Morere Armando C. Gomez 

Allan J. Colomb Thomas K. Peters 

Clarence T. Lawless 

DIVISION C 

PREMIUM 

Clifton M. Louisell 

DISTINGUISHED 

Alvaro de Regil Clarence L. Paty 

Rosseau S. Baxter 



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VIOLIN 

DIVISION A 

FIRST PREMIUM 
William F. Dugan 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Anthony J. Touart 

DISTINGUISHED 

R. Lee Drago Henry M. Costello 

Carlos E. Frederic 

DIVISION B 

PREMIUM 
Hoffmann K. A. Konstanzer 

DISTINGUISHED 

Charles W. Roycroft Guy J. Chappuis 

Edward J. Kevlin John W. Van Heuvel 

DIVISION C 

DISTINGUISHED 

Alfred J. Trosclair Charles N. Bonvillain 

Pedro W. Cofino 



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FLUTE 

PREMIUM t 
Clarence N. Touart 

DISTINGUISHED 
Hermes A. Frederic 

CORNET 

DIVISION A 

PREMIUM 

Alcide A. Martel 

DISTINGUISHED 
Francis A. Meyer 
Joseph T. Wagner 

DIVISION B 

PREMIUM 

Joseph P. Brown 

DISTINGUISHED 

John R. Davis Brusle A. Sherburne 

John Trolio 

CLARINET 

PREMIUM 
Edwin L. Meyer 

DISTINGUISHED 
James M. Van Heuvel 



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Acknowledgments 

t 

THE PRESIDENT AND FACULTY WISH TO EXPRESS 

THEIR GRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT FOR 
FAVORS RECEIVED FROM 



THE RIGHT REVEREND BISHOP AND THE REVER- 
END CLERGY OF THE DIOCESE OF MOBILE 

MR. T. BYRNE, Chicago, 111. 

MR. M. VAN HEUVEL, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. E. SEVILLA, Barcelona, Spain 

A FRIEND, Mobile, Ala. 

MAJOR P. HANNAN, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. J. M. WALSH, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. S. LOWENSTEIN, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. W. VIZARD, Mobile, Ala. 

MESSRS. DOWNEY & DENHAM, Archt., Mobile, Ala. 

JETT BROS., Contractors, Mobile, Ala. 

MRS. H. SLATTER, Mobile, Ala. 

MESSRS. J. McPHILLIPS & SONS, Mobile, Ala. 

VERY REV. C. T. O'CALLLAGHAN, D. D., V. G„ Mobile 

MESSRS. DREAPER AND BURNS, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. T. M. O'CONNOR AND SONS, Victoria, Texas 

MR. W. HERNANDEZ, New Orleans, La. 

MR. S. HAHN, Mobile, Ala. 

MRS. M. Z. ADAMS, New Orleans, La. 

MR. C. L. LAVRETTA,' Mobile, Ala. 

MR. T. C. LAWLESS, Garden City, La. 

MR. CH. SCHIMPF, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. M. VICKERS, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. J. DUGGAN, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. F. CARBAJAL, New Orleans, La. 

MR. C. A. HEBERT, New Orleans, La. 

MR. E. FITZGERALD, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. W. HARRIGAN, Fulton, Ala. 



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MRS. S. FOSSIER, New Orleans, La. 
REV. FATHER B. AZNAR, Merida, Mexico 
MESSRS. YEEND & POTTER, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. P. C. McINTYRE, Montgomery, Ala. 
MR. J. D. HANLON, Bayou Goula, La. 
REV. D. SAVAGE, D. D. Montgomery, Ala. 
MR. J. Z. MILLER, JR., Belton, Texas 
MR. J. S. DRAGO, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. J. S. SIMON, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. J. BAUER, Mobile, Ala. 

MESSRS. ST. CLAIR AND CHARLES LEONARD, Gal- 
veston, Texas 
MR. J. F. PROHASKA, Morgan City, La. 
MR. C. A. CUNNINGHAM, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. J. DOODY, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. ALEX NEELY, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. G. SIGUERE, Guatemala, C. A. 
MR. H. LANGE, New Orleans, La. 
MR. J. COWLEY, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. J. M. SUPPLE, Bayou Goula, La. 
MR. JOSE PORTOCARRERO, Colorado, C. A. 
MR. BARRON, Freeport, 111. 
DR. J. SULLIVAN, Mobile, Ala. 
CAPT. JOHN QUILL, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. J. A. CRAVEN, New Orleans, La. 
MRS. B. SHERBURNE, JR., Plaquemine, La. 
MR. GEO. SULLIVAN, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. F. DELAUNE, Thibodaux, La. 
MISS H. DEL BONDIO, New Orleans, La. 
MRS. F. McINTYRE, Washington, D. C. 
ALUMNI SODALITY, New Orleans, La. 
MRS. M. HOLLAND, New Orleans, La. 
SISTER CECILY, Louisville, Ky. 
MR. ALEX BLOCH, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. RENE SERE, New Orleans, La. 
MR. W. COWLEY, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. AND MRS. TURREGANO, Alexandria, La. 
MRS. CONNER, New Orleans, La. 
KORTEN BROTHERS, Chicago, 111. 



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MR.. H. GALLAGHER, Montgomery, Ala. 

MR. CHARLES THEARD, New Orleans, La. 

MRS. M'. M. BROOKS, New Orleans, La. 

MRS. McHATTON, Macon, Ga. 

MR. A. A. ALFORD, Walls, La. 

MOTHER O'MEARA, New Orleans, La. 

MRS. P. C. BOUDOUSQUIE, Battles, Ala. 

MR. J. R. WOHNER, Canton, Miss. 

MR. GOMEZ, Caibarien, Cuba 

MR. G. F. McDONNELL, Jackson, Miss. 

MR. GASTON WILTZ, Biloxi, Miss. 

MR. T. J. WILTZ, New Orleans, La. 

MR. JAMES McGRATH, Canton, Miss. 

MR. R. HERBERT SMITH, Jennings, La. 

SEIFERT GOWER FURNITURE CO., Mobile. Ala. 

REV. W. J. TYRRELL, New Orleans, La. 

VISITATION CONVENT, Mobile, Ala. 

NAZARETH ACADEMY, Nazareth, Ky. 

SACRED HEART CONVENT, Providence, R. I. 

SISTERS OF PERPETUAL ADORATION, New Orleans 

A FRIEND, New Orleans, La. 

REV. NICHOLAS HUGHES, St. Mary's Church, New York 

City 
REV. A. BIEVER, S. J., Holy Name Church, New Orleans 
SISTER LA SALETTE, New Haven, Conn. 
SISTERS OF MERCY, Mobile, Ala. 
MRS. THOMAS BYRNE, Lake Forest, 111. 
MRS. J. H. KEARNS, Louisville, Ky. 
MISS B. BYRNE, Lake Forest, 111. 
REV. J. WINKELRIED, S. J., Selma, Ala. 
MISS FALLON, New Orleans, La. 
SISTERS OF MERCY (Mount de Sales Academy), Macon, 

Ga. 

ROSARY ACADEMY, New Orleans, La. 

ST. CLARA ACADEMY, Yazoo City, Miss. 

MRS. M. VAN HEUVEL, Mobile, Ala. 

SISTERS OF THE HOLY FAMILY, New Orleans, La.. 

MR. P. WALSH, Mobile, Ala. 



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MR. ALBERT J. DANOS, Plaquemine, La. 

MR. JOSHUA J. BROWN, Louisa, La. 

MRS. K. T. PETERS, St. Louis, Mo. 

MISS AGALICE LE SASSIER, New Orleans, La. 

MISS A. DEL BARCO, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. JOSEPH A. RYAN, Mobile, Ala. 

MRS. BROUN, Springhill, Ala. 

MISS JULIA SHERIDAN, Macon, Ga. 

MISS JULIA McCREARY, Macon, Ga. 

MR. CHARLES EBLE, JR., New Orleans, La. 

PROE. PAUL C. BOUDOUSQUIE, Mobile, Ala. 

DR. V. McR. SCHOWALTER, Point Clear, Ala. 

MR. EMIL G. MAXON, Mobile, Ala. 

MRS. J. F. LYONS, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. S. I. BAXTER, Chicago, 111. 

THE PRESS OF MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS 

THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 

THE DONORS OF MEDALS 

THE CONTRIBUTORS TO THE ALUMNI HALL 




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CIRCULAR LETTER 



The New College Chapel, Alumni Hall and i 
East Wing of the Main Building. 



The fire of Jan. 1 8th, 1909, destroyed the Students' 
Chapel, the Exhibition Hall and one third of the Main Build- 
ing of the College. 

This loss has been a Very heavy blow. The Chapel 
and Main Buiding are now in course of erection .arid will be in 
use the next scholastic year. In order to rebuild, the College is 
obliged to borrow and beg help from her alumni and friends. 
W e feel that our friends are staunch enough and our alumni 
devoted enough to come to our assistance. Some, in their gen- 
erosity have helped us according to their means, and to these 
Spring Hill College is deeply grateful. 

We appeal to the charity of all whp may read this 
letter for contributions to defray the expenses of rebuilding the 
Chapel and Exhibition Hall. 

FRANCIS X TWELLMEYER, S. J. 

President 



LA US DEO SEMPER 



J 33 



^o the Parents of our boys, who 
bravely shared our ris\s and labored for our 
preservation; to the k m d Friends of the 
College, whose unselfish efforts supported our 
courage and diminished our losses; to our 
Students who displayed such admirable loy- 
alty, self-sacrifice and endurance amid our 
fiery trials and distress; to all who took P ar t 
in the toils and difficulties of January, 1 909; 
the President and Faculty desire to express 
heart-felt gratitude. 

F X. TWELLMEYER, S. J., 

President. 



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Slue pw 



How light o'er the gallery, tripping each boy, 
We ivent to the Chapel with frolicking joy! 
As lightsome our thought of the day and its care 
As the ring of the hell of the Angelus there. 
"Have mercy!" ive said, and as light as the dove 
The prayer -whig was wending its journey above. 



H)w suiden the hush — %s the word passes "Fire!" — 

How sudden the rush — is flame breaks stillhigher — 

But one tender tone and a single hand, 

That knew in that perilous hour to command, 

Led all of us forth, like a soldierly band, 

Led us forth, one by one, now faster and faster , 

Till the last of us all heard the voice of the master 

"Are you there, every one?" Aye, Aye!" — "Then, Thanh God!' 

And the Chapel fell levelled as low as the sod. 



And as we gaze meditating the dire desolation 
Of all that consoled us with pure consolation. 

Yet gaze not so badly: though levelled the wall, 

The faith and inward hope never shall fall. 

The walls that men make us may break as they will, 

But the light of the Chapel abides with us still. 

We'll up with another wall, better and higher, 

We'll up with a nobler and loftier spire, 

We'll up with a chapel that'll fill the desire 

For the light that leads on through the flood and the fire. 

A. C. M. 



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Ad JXCajorem T)ei Gloriam 



Catalogue 

of 

Spring 1bill College 

(St* Joseph's) 

Spring 1bill 

Mobile Co., Alabama 

1909*1910 

founded 1830 



Press of 

Commercial Printing Co., 

Mobile, Ala. 



INDEX 



The Charter of the College 3 

Board of Trustees 7 

Officers and Faculty 8 

Prospectus 12 

Historical Statement 12 

Site and Grounds 12 

General Equipment 13 

Method of Direction 14 

Religious Training 14 

System of Education 15 

Courses of Study 15 

Degrees 16 

Extra Courses 16 

Admission 17 

Examinations and Promotion _ 17 

Reports 18 

Discipline 1 18 

A Student's Wardrobe 20 

General Expenses 20 

Special Expenses. 21 

Treasury Rules 22 

General Order of Class Days 23 

Studies of the Post-Graduate Course 23 

Studies of the Classical Course 25 

College Department 25 

Academic Department i 41 

Studies of the English Course 52 

Studies of the Preparatory Department 66 

Theses Propugnandae ad Gradum A. B 72 

Problems— Science Medal 76 

Register of Students 77 

Class Roll 83 

Societies ,_ 87 

Roll of Honor 98 

Program of Commencement 101 

Degrees Conferred 103 

Program of Elocution Contest 106 

Award of Medals 107 

Distribution of Premiums 124 

Acknowledgments 152 



The Needs of the College 



For eighty years Spring Hill College has been engaged in the work 
of education in the South. 

In 1 830 when it began this noble Work, there were very few col- 
legiate institutions in our midst. For the advantages of a liberal and 
higher education our young men were sent far from home, either to the 
North or to Europe. 

In spite of the depression of war and the destruction by fire in 1 869 
and again in 1 909, the College can take a just pride in the record of 
all these years, during which it has held its rank in the forefront of 
educational institutions. 

This it has done at the cost of a great and constant struggle. With- 
out State aid, without endowment of any k m d> # has maintained its 
existence and carried on its mission, dependent solely upon the tuition 
fees received from its students. 

Its staff of professors, being members of a religious order, the 
Society of Jesus, labor without salary. 

The wonder is, that thus hampered, the College has been able to 
accomplish so much. Greater and richer results in the educational field 
could no doubt have been produced, had ample resources not been 
wanting. 

Its age and merit surely entitle the College to the consideration and 
benefactions of the friends of education, of our patrons and especially 
of oun alumni. 

Millions to-day are given and bequeathed for the foundations of 
other colleges and universities ; our home institutions seem to be forgotten 
by those amongst us who are able to assist towards their greater develop- 
ment and larger and broader usefulness. 

No work is of a higher order or of more paramount importance than 
the education of youth. The main fight of Christianity in the present 
century is to be on the battlefield of education, and whoever contributes 
moral or financial aid to this great work is putting out his talents and his 



worldly goods where they will bring the best and most fruitful results, 
both to himself and others. 

We feel a confident hope that as our needs are presented and be- 
come known, our friends and patrons and our thousands of alumni and 
the friends of higher education in general, whose circumstances permit it, 
may do for Spring Hill College what so many have done and are doing 
for other colleges. 

A hall of science, an exhibition hall, an infirmary, a faculty build- 
ing, a dormitory building, should be erected and we look f or generous 
benefactors who, recognizing the good they may thus do, will perpetuate 
their names and their memories by raising a college which is destined to 
endure for all time. 

Various colleges have splendid buildings named for generous donors. 
Spring Hill College has none such. Why not ? £M,ay we not hope 
the magnanimous inspiration will come to some heart and that soon 
there will be special buildings for specific educational uses, arising at 
Spring Hill, to the honor and under the names of their benefactors and 
donors ?' 



^he corporate and legal title of the College is : 
"The President and Trustees of the Spring Hill College, in the 
County of Mobile. " See Charter, sec. 4. 



Tlpe (Smarter uf ttye (lallegpe 

(&ris nf Alabama 1836, p. 135) 



M Act 

Tn inrortforatc the Spring Hill (Uollcge in the (Otmntg of 

mrfnfe. 

5ec. /. Be tf enacted by //?e Senate and House of 
Representatives of the State of Alabama in General Assembly 
convened, That Michael Portier, Mathias Loras, John Bazin, 
Peter Mauvernay, Gabriel Chalon, and their associates, be, 
and the same are hereby incorporated and constituted a body 
politic and corporate, in deed and in law, by the name of "The 
President and Trustees of the Spring Hill College in the County 
of Mobile; " andhy that name, they and their successors shall and 
may have perpetual succession, and be able and capable in law 
to sue and he sued, plead and be impleaded; and further, shall 
be able to have, hold and enjoy, to them and their successors, 
lands, tenements and hereditaments of any £iW or value, in 
fee, or for life, and personal property of any kind whatever, 
and also all sums of money af any amount whatsoever that 
may be granted or bequeathed to them for the purpose of pro- 
moting the interests and utility of the Spring Hill College. 

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the President 
and Trustees of the Spring Hill College, in the County of 
Mobile, shall and may have a common seal for the transaction 
of the business of themselves and their successors, with liberty 



to change or alter the same from time to time, as they shall 
think proper, and by their aforesaid name they and their suc- 
cessors shall and may be able in law to grant, bargain, sell, or 
assign, any lands, tenements, or hereditaments, or any goods 
or chattels, in such manner as they may deem necessary, and 
to act and do all things whatsoever for the benefit of the said 
institution, in as ample a manner as any person or body politic 
or corporation can or may do by law. 

Sec. 3. " And be it further enacted, That there shall 
be a President, who shall have the superintendence of the col- 
lege, and a board of professors, who shall be styled "The 
President and Faculty of the Spring Hill College;" which 
board shall consist of the President, a Professor of Divinity 
and Mental Philosophy; a Professor of Chemistry and 
Natural Philosophy; a Professor of Mathematics; a Pro- 
fessor of Ancient Languages; and a Professor of Modern 
Languages; and said Faculty shall have the power of enforc- 
ing the ordinances and by-laws adopted by the Trustees of said 
College, for the government of the pupils, by rewarding or 
censuring them, and finally by suspending or dismissing such 
of them, as after repeated admonitions shall continue diso- 
bedient or refractory. 

Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That no misnomer 
of "The President and Trustees of the Spring Hill College in 
the County of Mobile" shall defeat or annul any gift, grant, 
devise or bequest to the same: — Provided, the true intent and 
meaning of the grantor or devisor shall sufficiently appear 
upon the face of the gift, grant, will or other writing, whereby 
any estate or interest was intended to be passed to "The Presi- 
dent and Trustees of the Spring Hill College in the County of 
Mobile." 

Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That no person 
shall be excluded from any liberty, immunity, office, or situa- 
tion in said College, on account of his religious persuasion: 



Provided, he demean himself in a discreet, sober, peaceable, 
and orderly manner, and conform to the rules and regulations 
thereof 

Sec. 6. yJnd be it further enacted, That {< The Presi- 
dent and Faculty," or so many of them as shall he fixed on 
by their by-laws, as aforesaid, shall have full power to grant, 
or confer such degree or degrees in the arts and sciences, or in 
any art or science, to any of the students of the said Spring 
Hill college, or to any other person, by them deemed worthy 
of such collegiate distinction, as are usually granted and con- 
ferred hy other seminaries of learning in the United States, 
and to give diplomas or certificates thereof, signed by them, 
and sealed with the common seal of (i The President and 
Trustees of the Spring Hill College in the County of 
Mobile, " to authenticate and perpetuate the memory of such 
graduation, or conference of such honorary distinction. 

Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That "The Presi- 
dent and Trustees of the Spring Hill College in the County of 
Mobile, " shall have the power to establish such by-laws as 
they may deem necessary and proper, and to fill vacancies in 
their own board, in such manner as they may prescribe: 
Provided, that nothing in said hy-laws contained shall be re- 
pugnant to the constitution and laws of this State, or to the 
constitution and laws of the United States. 

Approved, Jan. 9, 1836. 



Snarft nf Qfcuatw* 



REV. FRANCIS X. TWELLMEYER, S. J. 

PRESIDENT 

REV. CHARLES D. BARLAND, S. J. 
REV. WILLIAM SALENTIN, S. J. 
REV. NICHOLAS DAVIS, S. J. 
REV. THOMAS O'CALLAGHAN, S. J. 



The Corporate Title of the College is: The President 
and Trustees of the Spring Hill College in the County of 
Mobile, Ala. 



8 



RE 



V. FRANCIS X. TWELLMEYER, S. J. 

PRESIDENT 



REV. CHARLES D. BARLAND, S. J. 

VICE-PRESIDENT 

Prefect of Studies and Discipline 

REV. WILLIAM SALENTIN, S. J. 

SECRETARY 

v REV. NICHOLAS DAVIS, S. J. 

TREASURER 

v rev. john p. McDonnell, s. j. 

CHAPLAIN 

1&EV. EDWARD I. FAZAKERLEY, S. J. 

LIBRARIAN 



GJlaastrai (Enurs? 



COLLEGE DEPARTMENT 

^EY. EMMANUEL C. DE LA MORINIERE, S. J. 

Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy and the Evidences 
of Religion in the Senior Class 

REV. CYRIL RUHLMANN, S. J. 

Professor of Physics, Chemistry and Astronomy 

REV. EDWARD I. FAZAKERLEY, S. J. 

Professor of Latin, Greek, English and History in the Junior 

Class 



9 

■> MR. JOSEPH B. BASSICH, S. J. 
Professor of Mathematics in the Junior Class 

* REV. PATRICK A. MULLENS, S. J. 

Professor of Latin, Greek, English and History in the 
Sophomore Class 

JJrf'R. MICHAEL J. CRONIN, S. J. 
Professor of Mathematics in the Sophomore Class 

JfcfR. FLORENCE D. SULLIVAN, S. J. 
Professor of the Freshman Class 



ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT 

/REV. ANDREW A. DOHERTY, S. J. 
Professor of the First Academic Class 

vREV. WILLIAM A. FILLINGER, S. J. 
Professor of the Second Academic Class 

^MR. JOSEPH B. FARRELL, S. J. 
Professor of the Third Academic Class 

tftiiR. CORNELIUS B. LEEUWE, S. J. 
Instructor in Special Latin and Greek 



lEngitstj dnitrflp 

\/ REV. EMILE J. BAEHR, S. J. 

Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy, Literature and 
the Evidences of Religion in the Superior Class 

kREV. CYRIL RUHLMANN, S. J. 

Professor of Physics, Chemistry and Astronomy 

_MR. JOSEPH B. BASSICH, S. J. 

Professor of Mathematics in the Superior and Intermediate 

Classes 



IO 

I 

REV. GEORGE A. RITTMEYER, S. J. 

Professor of English, History and Christian Doctrine in the 

Intermediate Class 

Okzv. alexis c. Mclaughlin, s. j. 

Professor of English and Christian Doctrine in the First 
English Class 

/ilR. JEROME A. HIGGINS, S. J. 
Professor of History and Assistant Professor of English in 
the First English Class 

MviR. TERENCE S. KING, S. J. 
Professor of Mathematics in the First English Class 

v MR. MARTIN P. BURKE, S. J. 
Professor of the Second English Class 

uMR. MICHAEL J. CRONIN, S. J. 
Professor of English in the Third English Class 

MR. FELIX J. CLARKSON, S. J. 
v 
Professor of History, Geography and Christian Doctrine and 

Assistant Professor of English in the Third 

English Class 

* MR. TIMOTHY A. CRONIN, S. J. 
Professor of Mathematics in the Third English Class 

ykR. CORNELIUS B. LEEUWE, S. J. 
Professor of the Preparatory Class 



MODERN LANGUAGES 

REV. GEORGE A. RITTMEYER, S. J. 
Instructor in Spanish 

REV. EMILE J. BAEHR, S. J. 
Instructor in French and German 

VMR. CORNELIUS B. LEEUWE, S. J. 
Instructor in French 



II 

EXTRA BRANCHES 

v/REV. GEORGE A. RITTMEYER, S. J. 
fREV. ANDREW A. DOHERTY, S. J. 
-MR. FLORENCE D. SULLIVAN, S. J. 
u-MR. JEROME A. HIGGINS, S. J. 
/MR. MARTIN P. BURKE, S. J. 
Instructors in Bookkeeping 

/MR. JOSEPH B. FARRELL, S. J. 
Instructor in Shorthand and Typewriting 

^AUGUST J. STAUB, Mus. D. 
ANGELO J. SUFFICH, Mus. B. 
Professors of Music 

Wpaul c. boudousquie, a. m., b. f. a. 

Professor of Drawing and Instructor in Penmanship 



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'ILLIAM M. MASTIN, M. D., LL. D. 



Attending Physician 



V/MR. EMIL G. MAXON 
Athletic Director 



ASSISTANT PREFECTS OF DISCIPLINE 

MR. TERENCE S. KING, S. J. 
MR. MICHAEL J. CRONIN, S. J. 
MR. TIMOTHY A. CRONIN, S. J. 
MR. FELIX J. CLARKSON, S. J. 
MR. FLORENCE D. SULLIVAN, S. J. 
MR. JOSEPH B. FARRELL, S. J. 



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HISTORICAL STATEMENT 

£jL PRING HILL COLLEGE enjoys the distinction of 
z^r being one of the first institutions of higher education 
established in the South. It was founded in the year 1830 
by the Right Reverend Michael Portier, D. D., the first 
Bishop of Mobile. Six years later the Legislature of Ala- 
bama incorporated it as a college with all the rights and privi- 
leges of a university; and on the 29th of August, 1840, the 
Sovereign Pontiff, Gregory XVI, empowered it to grant de- 
grees in philosophy and theology. 

In 1847 the management of the College was entrusted to 
the Society of Jesus, whose members have ever since labored 
to make it a leading centre of learning in the country. On 
the night of February 4th, 1869, it was burned to the ground ; 
but was immediately rebuilt, and re-opened the following 
December. The year 1905 witnessed the celebration of the 
Diamond Jubilee, or the seventy-fifth anniversary of the 
founding of the College. 

Four years later, on the morning of January 18th, 1909, 
it was again visited by fire, and the chapel and auditorium 
together with the adjacent east end of the main building were 
destroyed before the flames were checked. The ravages of 
the fire were at once repaired ; the. east wing was restored on 
a grander scale than before and a magnificent Gothic chapel 
erected to replace the ruined one. The work of the College 
begun almost a century ago was not interrupted by this dis- 
aster. During the course of its existence it has sent forth 
hundreds of students who have achieved prominence in pro- 
fessional and business circles throughout the land. 

SITE AND GROUNDS 

The College is picturesquely situated five miles from 
Mobile, on an elevation one hundred and fifty feet above sea 



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level. From the Bay of Mobile and the Gulf of Mexico, it 
enjoys a constantly refreshing- breeze, which renders its loca- 
tion both agreeable and healthy. 

Moreover, long experience has proved that, owing to its 
altitude and to the invigorating influence of its resinous pines 
upon the surrounding atmosphere, the College is entirely ex- 
empt from those diseases which prevail at certain seasons in 
the South. In fact, A r ery eminent physicians, well acquainted 
with our American colleges, have declared Spring Hill pre- 
eminentlv desirable for students on account of its climatic 
advantages and perfect hygienic arrangements. 

The extensive grounds are artistically laid out and 
adorned with numerous walks and an almost endless variety 
of flowers, shrubs and trees. A deer park, delightful summer 
houses and graceful statues of Carrara marble lend an added 
charm to the landscape. 

The College is easy of access from the city of Mobile by 
electric cars, which run direct to the Hill. Mobile itself is 
reached by four trunk lines, viz., the Louisville & Nashville, 
the Mobile & Ohio, the Southern Railway and the Chicago, 
Mobile & New Orleans. 

GENERAL EQUIPMENT 

The College buildings are fitted up with first-class sani- 
tary appointments and are heated by steam and lighted by 
electricity. The class and study rooms and dormitories are 
large, airy and lightsome. 

Outside of study and recitation hours the students enjoy 
the use of a library containing thousands of volumes of the 
choicest English literature. 

A spacious gymnasium, complete in every detail of mod- 
ern equipment, a large campus for baseball and football and 
an oval shell-bed mile track, leave nothing to be desired by 
the lovers of athletic sports. 

A never failing spring at the foot of the hill furnishes an 
abundant and lasting supply of water to a beautiful lake, 
where the students may, during the warm seasons, safely en- 
joy the beneficial exercise of swimming. 

During the winter months, a recently erected natatorium. 



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elegantly finished within in marble and ornamental tiles, with 
its porcelain-lined pool, 60x30x4 to 7 feet, affords unequaled 
bathing facilities. The pool is supplied with both hot and 
cold water. There are also shower and needle baths. 

For students who should in any way become indisposed, 
there is a building set apart with neatly furnished rooms and 
a well stocked pharmacy in a charge of a competent infirma- 
rian. He in turn is under the direct supervision of one of 
Mobile's ablest physicians, who visits the College at regular 
intervals. 

METHOD OF DIRECTION 

The directors of the College are members of the Society 
of Jesus, which, from its origin, has devoted itself to the edu- 
cation of youth. They endeavor to show themselves deserv- 
ing of the confidence reposed in them by evincing on all occa- 
sions a paternal solicitude for the health and comfort of those 
entrusted to their charge, by sparing no pains to promote 
their advancement, and by keeping a careful and active watch 
over their conduct. The exercise of their authority is mild, 
but not remiss, in enforcing that strict discipline and good 
order so essential to the proper education of both mind and 
heart. By this two-fold education they exert all their ener- 
gies not only to adorn the minds of their pupils with useful 
knowledge, but also to instill into their hearts solid virtue and 
a practical love of the duties which they will have to dis- 
charge in after life. 

RELIGIOUS TRAINING 
As without religion and morality, this complete and har- 
monious development is impossible, special attention is paid 
to religious instruction. Christian Doctrine is one of the 
prescribed studies, and besides, lectures on it are given once 
a week. The Catholic students are required to attend regu- 
larly to their religious duties. Sodalities and other associa- 
tions are also provided for the fostering of piety among them. 
Though the College is under Catholic direction, still non- 
Catholic students are also admitted, provided that, for the 
sake of uniformity, they consent to be present at the public 
exercises of worship. 



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SYSTEM OF EDUCATION. 

The system carried out at Spring Hill is one which has 
stood the test of centuries and has made the Jesuits renowned 
in the history of education. It is a system which meets not 
only the wants but also the progress of society. Hence, while 
it adopts no novel or untried methods, yet, without change in 
its essential principles, it modifies and adapts itself to the ad- 
vances which it has been so potent in bringing about. 

COURSES OF STUDY 

The plan of studies is established on a large scale and 
includes the Preparatory Department and the English and 
Classical courses. 

I. The Preparatory Department embraces Spelling, 
Penmanship, English Grammar, History, Geography, Arith- 
metic and Christian Doctrine. It fits younger students for a 
class in either the English or the Classical Course. 

II. The English Course is arranged to impart a complete 
and systematic education. Its schedule of studies includes 
the common school branches, the Evidences of Religion, prac- 
tical Bookkeeping, Literature, Mathematics, the Sciences, 
Philosophy and the Modern Languages. 

III. The Classical Course, while possessing all the ad- 
vantages of the English Course, is more thorough and com- 
prehensive in its scope. It educates in the truest sense of the 
word and makes in the highest degree for mental culture, 
scholarship and the formation of character. 

This course includes both the College and the Academic 
or High School departments. In its early stages it embraces 
the usual branches of study together with a graded system 
of practical Bookkeeping. 

The Latin and Greek classics are taught at length, not 
alone for the intellectual training and culture they impart, 
but also for the valuable aid they lend toward the mastery of 
English. Side by side with these three languages and their 



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rich and varied literatures are studied the Evidences of Reli- 
gion, the lower and higher Mathematics, the Natural Sciences, 
Mental and Moral Philosophy and the Modern Languages, 
thus rounding off a finished and advanced college curriculum. 
While these courses of study are calculated to equip stu- 
dents for entrance upon a university career, still, their prin- 
cipal aim is to develop the faculties, to train both intellect 
and will. It is to form habits of close application, strict at- 
tention and constant industry — habits which ought to be the 
basis of every career in life. 

DEGREES 

Upon the completion of the English Course, the degree of 
Bachelor of Science is conferred upon candidates who have 
passed successful examinations in each of the particular 
studies prescribed for this course. 

Upon the completion of the Classical Course, the degree 
of Bachelor of Arts is conferred upon candidates who have 
passed successful examinations in each of the particular 
studies prescribed for this course. 

A second year of Philosophy at the College (the Post- 
Graduate Course) attended with success, a two-years' study 
of a learned profession, or a recognized standing in such a 
profession, will entitle applicants to the degree of Master of 
Arts, or Master of Science. 

The College, being endowed with the rights and privi- 
leges of a university, can grant all the other university de- 
grees, both honorary and in course. 

EXTRA COURSES 

Courses in Architectural, Mechanical and Ornamental 
Drawing, Vocal and Instrumental Music, Stenography and 
Typewriting are given at charges specified further on. 

The French, German and Spanish languages, besides be- 
ing prescribed for the last two years of both the Classical and 
English courses, are also optional and are taught without 
extra eharce. 



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Students who are found to be deficient in any of the 
regular branches of study will .not be allowed to take up 
optional studies. 

ADMISSION 

Applicants for admission into the Preparatory Depart- 
ment must not be under ten years of age. It is required that 
they be able to read and write and have some knowledge of 
Grammar and Arithmetic. 

Applicants for the Classical or English Course must be 
further advanced in age and must have completed at least the 
studies prescribed for the Preparatory Department. 

Parents or guardians, in making application for their 
sons or wards, must give a full account of the studies they 
have successfully pursued, and, if they are not personally 
acquainted with some member of the Faculty, they are re- 
quired to present satisfactory testimonials of the candidates' 
moral character, as the College authorities decline to receive 
applicants whose morals are not irreproachable. 

In the case of doubt as to an applicant's ranking in study, 
the authorities reserve to themselves the right to examine 
him and grade him accordingly. 



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EXAMINATIONS AND PROMOTION 

The school year, which begins in September and ends in 
June, is divided into two terms : the first term begins in Sep- 
tember, the second in February. 

Each month there are written examinations in the various 
branches of study; and twice a year, in February and in 
June, oral examinations are held in all these branches except 
Mathematics and the Sciences, the examinations in which are 
written. The average of this triple examination determines 
whether or not a student is to be promoted. This average, 
therefore, is made up of the results of — (1) the monthly 
written examinations combined ; (2) the examination in 
February ; (3) the examination in June. 

No student will be promoted at the beginning of the 
school year unless he shall have attained an average of 70 in 
accordance with this system 



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A student failing in any one of the essential branches of 
his class is considered "conditioned," and if he does not, 
within the time allotted, pass a satisfactory examination in 
the branch in which he has failed, he shall be sent to a lower 
class. 

No promotion will take place during- the course of the 
year except in the case of uncommon talent and diligence. 

REPORTS 

Monthly reports are sent home giving each student's 
standing in his class. 

Moreover, every month marks of merit and demerit are 
publicly' proclaimed and cards distributed for excellence in 
conduct, diligence and success in study. Parents should in- 
sist that their sons send these cards home regularly, and, 
should they fail to do so, give the reason for such failure. 

At the end of each term reports are sent to parents 
or guardians. These reports state each student's condition 
of health, conduct, monthly standing in class and the result of 
his semi-annual examination. They also indicate his general 
diligence and his progress in study. 

DISCIPLINE 

Discipline is necessary not only for right college govern- 
ment, but also for serious application to mental work and the 
proper formation of character. Hence, the following regu- 
lations, shown by experience to be salutary, are enforced at 
the College. 

1. No student shall leave the. College grounds without 
permission from the President or the person delegated to 
represent him. 

2. Leave of absence will not be granted to students 
during the term time, except for reasons deemed imperative- 
by the President. 

There is a vacation at Christmas time, but none at Easter. 

3. Students are required to report at the College imme- 
diately after arriving at Mobile. This rule is binding not 
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times when leave of absence has been granted. Unnecessary 
delay in Mobile is looked upon as a serious violation of rule. 

4. The students are expected to be guided at all times 
by principles of Christian morality and gentlemanly honor. 
Hence, flagrant disobedience to authority, the use of intoxi- 
cating liquors, immorality, the use of profane or obscene 
language, incorrigible laziness, and unauthorized absence 
from the College limits are among the causes for dismissal. 

In case of suspension or expulsion for such offenses, no 
fees shall be returned ; moreover, the honors of the College 
shall be withheld from students whose conduct is unsatis- 
factory. 

5. The use of tobacco is forbidden except to such stu- 
dents of the First Division as have received written permis- 
sion from their parents or guardians. The smoking of cigar- 
ettes is strictly prohibited. 

6. The correspondence of the students is subject to the 
inspection and approbation of the Vice-President. Hence, 
all letters, books, magazines and periodicals must pass 
through his hands before they are allowed in the College ; and 
parents are requested to consult him before subscribing for 
newspapers or current literature for their sons at College. 

Boxes containing provisions are not allowed to be sent to 
the students except during the Christmas holidays. 

7. While undue attention to athletics at the expense of 
study will not be permitted, still all indoor and outdoor 
sports, which benefit the moral as well as the physical man, 
receive hearty encouragement. The supreme direction of 
athletics is entrusted to a member of the Faculty. 

8. Visiting Regulations. — (a) The days for visiting stu- 
dents by parents who live in Mobile or vicinity are Sundays 
and Thursdays ; the hours, from 1 to 5 P. M. in winter, and 
from 3 to 6 P. M. in summer, (b) Students from Mobile 
who have obtained satisfactory marks for conduct and dili- 
gence, may be allowed to visit their homes on the first 
Thursday of each month. If, however, for any reason they 
go home during the month, this privilege may not be 



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granted, (c) Students whose parents do not live in Mobile 
are not allowed to go to the city, except when visited on 
holidays by their parents or guardians, or in cases of necessity 
and accompanied by a member of the Faculty, (d) All 
visitors, even parents, should avoid as much as possible with- 
drawing the students from class or study. 

A STUDENT'S WARDROBE 

The necessary outfit for each student should comprise at 
least : 

3 suits of clothes 3 night shirts 6 towels 

1 overcoat 12 collars 4 bath towels 
3 pairs of shoes 6 pairs of drawers 6 napkins 

2 hats or caps 12 pairs of socks Soap 

6 shirts 12 handkerchiefs Brushes, combs 

6 undershirts 6 neckties Other toilet requisites 

All articles of clothing must be marked with the student's 
name in full; the other articles must be marked at least with 
his initials. 

GENERAL EXPENSES 

Entrance Pee, first year only $ 10.00 

Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and Bedding, per school year 300.00 

Medical Fee, per school year (not including special medicine).... 10.00 
Use of Gymnasium and Gymnastic Instructions 5.00 

PAYABLE IN ADVANCE, as follows: 

ON ENTRANCE IN SEPTEMBER 

Entrance Fee, first year only $ 10.00 

Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and Bedding 150.00 

Medical Fee (not including special medicine) 5.00 

Use of Gymnasium and Gymnastic Instructions 2.50 

Deposit for Books, Stationery, Pocket Money $20.00 or 30.00 

This last sum, which is intended to last for both terms, will vary in 
different cases, as it depends upon the amount of pocket money allowed 
each student. 

In this first payment must also be included any Special Expenses for 
extra courses, etc., as listed, p. 21. 



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ON THE FIRST OF FEBRUARY 

Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and Bedding $150.00 

Medical Fee (not including special medicine) 5.00 

Use of Gymnasium and Gymnastic Instructions 2.50 

In this payment must be included any Special Expenses incurred by 
the student. 

SPECIAL EXPENSES 

(Also payable in advance — in September and February) 
Use of scientific apparatus and chemicals — to be paid by each mem- 
ber of the Junior and Intermediate Classes in September $10.00 

Graduation Fee 10.00 

Fee for Post-Graduate and Honorary Degrees 10.00 

For Extra Courses- 
Drawing, per month $ 5.00 

Piano, per month 8.00 

Use of Piano, per month 1.00 

Violin or Flute, per month 8.00 

Vocal Music, per month 4.00 

Brass Instrument, per month ■ 8.00 

Stenography, per month 3.00 

Typewriting, per month 3.00 

Vacation at College for students distant from home (payable in 

full on or before July 1st) 100.00 



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TREASURY RULES 

1. No advance will be made beyond the deposit. Hence, 
should parents desire the College to pay for music, stamps, 
clothing, traveling, dentistry, extra medicines, etc., they must 
forward to the Treasurer the amount required for such a 
purpose. 

Absolutely no exception will be made to this rule. 

2. No pocket money is given to any student unless 
a deposit has been made with the Treasurer for this purpose, 
and the quantity to be allowed specified — for instance, 25 or 
50 cents per week. 

3. No deduction is made for any absence less than a 
month, and when made it is only for board and tuition. 

4. Books and stationery are furnished by the College at 
the expense of the parents. 

5. When students are to go home, all accounts must 
have been previously settled, and the traveling expenses for- 
warded to the Treasurer. 

6. All damage to College property will be repaired at 
the expense of the offender. 

7. The College will not be responsible for books or arti- 
cles of clothing and jewelry left behind by any student when 
leaving College ; much less for the loss of such books, cloth- 
ing, jewelry or money, while in the keeping of the owners 
during the year. 

8. The post office address of the College is : Spring Hill 
College, Spring Hill, Mobile County, Ala. In this manner 
should be directed ordinary letters, registered letters, post 
office money orders, and all packages and other articles sent 
by mail. 

9. The laundry furnished by the College is two changes 
a week for each student. More than this allowance is charged 
at current laundry prices. 

10. Degrees are not granted until all indebtedness to the 
College is settled. 

For further information, apply to the President — 

REV. F. X. TWELLMEYER, S. J. 



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(gwerai (Drtor of Class lags 



WINTER ORDER 



6:00 A. M Rising 

6:20 A. M Prayer, Mass, Study 

7:15 A. M Breakfast 

7:30 A. M Recess 

8:15 to 11:15 A. M Class 

With live-minute Recesses at the end of each hour. 

11:15 A. M Recess 

11:30 A. M Study 

12:00 M Dinner 

12:30 P. M.___ Recess 

1:30 P. M Study 

2:30 P. M Recess 

2:35 to 4:30 P. M Class 

With a live-minute Recess at 3 :30. 

4:30 P. M Lunch, Recess 

5:15 P. M Study 

6:25 P. M Recess 

6:30 P. M Supper 

6:50 P. M Prayers 

7:05 P. M Recess 

7:20 P. M Study 

8:05 P. M Free Study, Special 

Classes 
Younger students retire. 

8:45 'P. M Retiring 

SUMMER ORDER 

5:30 A. M Rising 

5:00 P. M Study 

6:00 P. M Recess 

6:30 P. M Supper 



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The object of this course is to furnish college graduates 
with an opportunity of reviewing their philosophy and of 
making a more thorough study of its fundamental questions 
and their practical bearing upon the issues of the day. It 
likewise offers them the additional advantage of perfecting 
themselves in Higher Mathematics, English Literature, Polit- 
ical Economy and the Sciences in general. 

At the end of the school year, those who have already 
attained the degree of A. B. are eligible to that of A. M., and 
those who have attained the degree of B. S. to that of M. S. 
The conditions laid down for the securing of these degrees are 
that the candidate present a creditable paper on a philosoph- 
ical subject and undergo a satisfactory examination in the 
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SENIOR CLASS 

EVIDENCES OF RELIGION 

One Hour a week 

Schouppe's Course of Religious Instruction. Lectures by the 
Professor. 

First Term: (A) Dogmatic — Penance, Extreme Unction, 
Holy Orders, Matrimony, the Virtues, the Four 
Last Things. (B) Moral — Laws, the Deca- 
logue (to the Fifth Commandment). Pp. 211-311. 

Second Term: Moral — The Decalogue (concluded), the 
Commandments of the Church, Sin, Virtues, 
Christian Perfection, the Sacraments, Prayer, 
Feasts and Ceremonies of the Church. Pp. 311- 
405. 

PHILOSOPHY 

Nine Hours a Week 

First Term: (Morning) Psychology. 

(A) Organic Life Defined ; the Vital Principle 
in the Plant; Sensation, Imagination, Memory, 
Instinct, the Rank of the Animal Soul ; Origin of 
Species, Darwinism. 



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(B) The Intellect, Genesis of Ideas, Self-con- 
sciousness, Judgment and Reasoning, Hypothe- 
sis of Innate Ideas, Empiricism, Ontologism ; the 
Will, Freedom, Control over Faculties ; the Soul, 
its Substantiality, Simplicity, Spirituality, Im- 
mortality; the Union of Body and Soul, Origin 
of the Human Soul ; Unity and Antiquity of the 
Human Race. 
Text : Jouin's Praelectiones Philosophiae ; with Maher's 
Psychology, Coppens' Mental Philosophy, Urra- 
buru. 

(Afternoon) Ethics. 

General Ethics — Nature, Object and Necessity of 
Ethics ; Teleology, Beatitude ; Human Acts, Mo- 
rality of Human Acts ; Passions, Habits ; Moral 
Obligation and its Origin ; Eternal Law, Natural 
Law, Probabilism, Sanction of Law ; False 
Forms of Morality, Utilitarianism, Hedonism, 
Altruism. 
Text : Jouin's Praelectiones ; with Rickaby's Moral Phil- 
osophy, Coppens' Moral Philosophy, LTrraburu. 

Second Term: (Morning) First Half — Natural Theology. 
Existence and Nature of God ; Metaphysical, 
Physical and Moral Proofs ; Aseity, Infinity, Sim- 
plicity, Unity, Unchangeableness, Eternity, Im- 
mensity ; Life of God ; His Intelligence, Futuri- 
bles; His Will, its Object, Moral and Physical 
Evil ; Action of God in the Universe, Creation, 
Conservation, Concurrence, Providence, Miracles. 
Text : Jouin's Praelectiones ; with Boedder's Natural 
Theology, Coppens' Mental Philosophy, Urra- 
buru. 

Second Half — Economics. Production and Consumption; 
Industrial Organization ; Theory of Consump- 
tion, Particulars; Family Life and Law; Growth 
and Decay of Nations ; Exchange. Trade, Market 
Prices, Non-Market Prices; Differential Gains, 
International Trade; Money, Coinage and To- 



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kens. Credit and Banking, the Foreign Ex- 
changes, Commercial Credit; Distribution, 
Profits, Interest, Wages; Rich and Poor, Liberty 
and Law, Association and Responsibility; Public 
Finance, Functions and Cost of Government; 
Public Ownership and Management, Taxation, 
Public Debts. 

Text: Devas' Political Economy; with Laughlin's Polit- 
ical Economy, Thompson's Social Science and 
National Economy. 

(Afternoon) Ethics. 

Special Ethics. Duties, Worship ; Homicide ; 
Self-defense, Suicide, Dueling; Veracity, Charity, 
Rights ; Private Ownership, Communism, Social- 
ism, Agrarian Socialism, Henry George, Herbert 
Spencer; Capital and Labor; Domestic Society, 
Matrimony, Divorce, Celibacy; Parental Author- 
ity, Education, Relation of Master and Servant ; 
Civil Society, its Nature and Origin, False Theo- 
ries of Hobbes, Rousseau, Locke ; Civil Govern- 
ment, Suffrage ; Liberty of Opinion, of the Press, 
of Worship, of Association ; International Law ; 
Church and State ; Natural Law and Legal Prac- 
tice ; Natural Law and Medical Practice. 

Text : Jouin's Praelectiones ; with Rickaby's Moral Phil- 
osophy, Coppens' Moral Philosophy, Urraburu, 
Cathrein, Holaind, Coppens. 

CHEMISTRY 

Five Hours a Week, with exercises three times a week and two hours 
a week allowed for Laboratory Work 

Hessler and Smith's Essentials of Chemistry. 

First Term: Importance of Chemistry, Hydrogen, Oxygen, 
Water, Solution, Fundamental Laws, Chlorine, 
Hydrochloric Acid, Acids, Bases and Salts, Ni- 
trogen and the Atmosphere, Properties of Gases, 



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the Molecular Theory, Ammonia, Nitrogen Acids 
and Oxides, Sulphur and its Compounds, Carbon 
and its Compounds, Flames, Heat of Formation 
and Decomposition. Pp. 1-222. 

Second Term: Law of Multiple Proportions, the Atomic 
Theory, Molecular and Atomic Masses, Fluorine, 
Bromine and Iodine and their Compounds, Ozone 
and Hydrogen Peroxide, the Nitrogen Family, 
the Periodic System, Silicon and Boron, Disso- 
ciation and Mass Action, Metals, the Alkali 
Metals, the Alkaline-Earth Metals, Zinc, Cad- 
mium and Mercury, Copper, Silver and Gold, 
Aluminum, Iron, Nickel and Cobalt, Manganese 
and Chromium, Lead, Tin and Platinum, Some 
Carbon Compounds (Organic Chemistry), pp. 
223-430. 

BIOLOGY 

Five Hours a Week, with two hours a week allowed for Laboratory Work 

Hunter's Elements of Biology. 

First Term: (A) Botany — Introductory, Protoplasm and 
the Cell, Flowers, Fruits, Seeds and Seedlings, 
Roots and their Work, Buds and Stems, Leaves 
and their Functions, Ecology, Flowerless Plants. 
(B) Zoology — Protozoa, Metazoa, Sponges, 
Coelenterates, the Starfish and its Allies, Worms, 
Pp. 11-214. 

Second Term: (A) Zoology (concluded) — Crustaceans, In- 
sects, Spiders and Myriapods, Mollusks, Fishes, 
Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals. (B) 
Human Physiology — Foods, Digestion and Ab- 
sorption, the Blood, Circulation, Muscles, the 
Skeleton, Respiration, Excretion, the Nervous 
System, the Senses. Pp. 215-428. 



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MATHEMATICS 

Five Hours a Week, with two exercises a week. For students who do not 

study Biology 

First Term: Wentworth's Analytic Geometry. (A) Plane 
Analytic Geometry — Loci and Equations, the 
Straight Line, the Circle, Different Systems of 
Co-ordinates, the Parabola, the Ellipse, the Hy- 
perbola, Loci of the Second Order, Higher Plane 
Curves. (B) Solid Analytic Geometry — The 
Point, the Plane, the Straight Line, Surfaces of 
Revolution. Pp. 1-273. 

Second Term: Taylor's Differential and Integral Calculus. 

(A) Differential — Functions, Differentiation, 
Limits, Successive Differentiation, Indeterminate 
Forms, Expansion of Functions, Maxima and 
Minima, Points of Inflection, Curvature, Varia- 
bles, Asymptotes. (B) Integral — Direct Inte- 
gration, Definite Integrals, Integration of Ra- 
tional Fractions, Integration by Rationalization, 
Integration by Parts, Integration of Trigono- 
metric Forms, Curves, Surfaces, and Volumes of 
Solids of Revolution, Double and Triple Integra- 
tion, Definite Integral' as a Limit, Differential 
Equation. Pp. 1-257. 

MODERN LANGUAGE 

Five Hours a Week 

French, German or Spanish is prescribed for this class — ■ 
Course II. Written exercises three times a week. 



JUNIOR CLASS 

EVIDENCES OF RELIGION 

One Hour a Week 

Schouppe's Course of Religious Instruction. Lectures by the 
Professor. 

First Term: Apologetic — Truth of the Christian Religion as 
opposed to L T nbelief, and to Heresy; Nature and 



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Institute of the Church; Proof of the Truth of 
the Catholic Church ; its Marks ; Accusations 
brought against it. Pp. 1-102. — The Gospel ac- 
cording to St. Luke. 

Second Term: Dogmatic — Sources of Authority; God and 
His Attributes, the Blessed Trinity; the Creation 
of the World ; the Incarnation ; Grace, the Sacra- 
ments ; Baptism, Confirmation, Blessed Eucha- 
rist. Pp. 103-211.— The Gospel according to St. 
John. 

PHILOSOPHY 
Five Hours a Week 

First Term : Logic. 

First Half — Dialectics. Simple Apprehensions, 
Terms, Definition, Division; Judgments, Propo- 
sitions — Classification according to Quantity and 
Quality, Opposition, Equivalence, Conversion ; 
Reasoning — underlying Principles, the Syllo- 
gism — its Laws and its Species, Induction, 
Method, the Circle. 

Second Half — Critics. Logical Truth and Falsity, 
Certitude — its Degrees, Elements and Kinds; 
Scepticism — Universal and Partial; Conscious- 
ness, the Senses, the Intellect; Nominalism, Con- 
ceptualism, Realism, Ultra-Realism ; Testimony, 
Tradition, History, the New Criticism, Reason 
and Revelation; the Ultimate Motive of Certi- 
tude — Evidence. 
Text : Jouin's Praelectiones Philosophiae, Poland's 
Laws of Thought, Clarke's Logic, Rickaby's First 
Principles, Coppens' Mental Philosophy, Tongi- 
orgi, Liberatore, Urraburu. 
Second Term: First Half — Ontology. (A) Basic Notions; 
Being, Analogy, L T nity, Identity, Distinction; 



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Truth, Goodness, Evil; Act and Potentiality, Es- 
sence and Existence ; Possibility — Extrinsic and 
Intrinsic ; Substance, Hypostasis, Person ; Acci- 
dent, the Categories of Aristotle. 
(B) Etiology: The Principle, the Cause, the 
Condition, the Occasion ; Matter — Primordial and 
Secondary ; Form — Substantial and Accidental ; 
Efficiency and Action; Finality; the Exemplar; 
Perfection, 

Second Half — Cosmology. Qualities of Bodies — 
Quantity, Impenetrability, Space, Place, Motion 
and Time ; Change — Substantial and Acciden- 
tal ; Atomism, Dynamism, Hylomorphism. 

Text : Jouin's Praelectiones Philosophiae ; with Rick- 
aby's General Metaphysics, Coppens' Mental 
Philosophy, Urraburu. 

LATIN 

Two Hours a Week 

Authors — First Term: Cicero, Quaestiones Tusculanae, 
Book I. Plautus, Duo Captivi. 

Second Term: Cicero, Quaestiones Tusculanae, 
continued. Plinys' Letters, or Seneca's Essays. 

Practice — Latin Dissertations on assigned subjects, oral and 
written. A weekly essay on a philosophical or 
literary subject. 

GREEK 

Two Hours a Week 

Authors — First Term: .Eschylus, Agamemnon ; Plato, Crito. 
St. Basil, On Greek Literature. 

Second Term: Plato, Republic, Book I. Pindar, 
Olympic Odes. Aristophanes, Birds. 

Practice — Composition once a week. 



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ENGLISH 

Three Hours a Week 



First Term: The Age of Dante and Italian Influence on 
English Literature — Comparative Study of 
Dante's Divina Commedia and the Canterbury 
Tales of Chaucer; or, the Drama of Shakespeare. 

Second Term: The Age of Queen Anne and of Louis XIV — ■ 
French Influence on English Literature. 

Practice — Analysis and Discussion of the Literature of these 
Periods ; a weekly Critical Paper. Study of the 
Standard Authors. 



PHYSICS 
Five Hours a Week, with daily exercises and two hours' a week allowed 
for Laboratory Work 

Goodspeed's Gage's Principles of Physics. 

First Term: Dynamics of Fluids; Energy of Mass Vibration 
— Sound Waves ; Molecular Dynamics — Heat ; 
Energy of Ether Strain— Light. Pp. 121-312. 

Second Term: Energy of Ether Strain — Light (concluded); 
Energy of Ether Strain— Electrostatics ; Energy 
of Electricity in Action — Electro-Kinetics. Pp. 
313-529. 

HISTORY 

Two Hours a Week 

Turner's History of Philosophy. 

First Term: Ancient Philosophy — Oriental, Greek and 
Greco-Roman, Greco-Oriental ; Philosophy of 
the Christian Era — Patristic, Scholastic (First 
and Second Periods). Pp. 1-318. 

Second Term: Philosophy of the Christian Era — Scholastic 
(concluded) ; Modern Philosophy. Pp. 318-660. 



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MODERN LANGUAGE 

Five Hours a Week 

French, German or Spanish is prescribed for this class — 
Course I. Written exercises three times a 
week. 

ELOCUTION 

Declamation once a week — Dramatic and Oratorical Practice, 
Extempore Speaking, Debates, Criticism and 
Discussion of Interpretation and Delivery. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

Two Hours a Week 

Be Harbe's Full Catechism of the Catholic Religion, Part III 

— On the Means of Grace. 

First Term: Pp. 238-282.— The Gospel accord- 
ing to St. Matthew. 

Second Term: Pp. 283-327.— The Gospel ac- 
cording to St. Mark. 

LATIN 
Five Hours a Week 

Precepts — Yenni's and other Latin Grammars constantly con- 
sulted. 

Authors — First Term: Cicero, Pro Lege Manilia, Pro Mar- 
cello. 

Horace, Odes, Books II, III, IV; Epodes, Sat- 
ires. 

Juvenal, Satires. 
Second Term: Cicero, Pro Milone, In M. Anto- 
nium XIV. 

Horace, Epistles, Carmen Saeculare. 
Tacitus, Annalia. 



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Practice — Composition in Prose and Verse, Sight Transla- 
tion, Memory Work, Conversation ; Written Ex- 
ercises three times a week — Bradley's Arnold's 
Latin Prose Composition. 

First Term: Exercises 49-57. 

Second Term: Exercises 58-67. 

GREEK 

Four Hours a Week 

Precepts — Yenni's and other Greek Grammars constantly 
consulted. 

Authors — First Term: Demosthenes, Philippic I. 
Sophocles, CEdipus Tyrannus. 
^Eschylus, Prometheus Vinctus. 
Second Term: Demosthenes, De Corona. 
Sophocles, Antigone. 
JEschylus, In Ctesiphontem. 

Practice — Composition, Sight Translation, Memory Work ; 
Written exercises twice a week — Abbott's Ar- 
nold's Greek Prose Composition. 

First Term: Exercises 49-58. 

Second Term: Exercises 59-68. 

ENGLISH 

Five Hours a Week 

Precepts — Coppens' Art of Oratorical Composition. 

First Term: Nature of Oratory, Sources of Suc- 
cess in Oratory, Arrangement of Thoughts. 
Pp. 11-123. 

Second Term: Development of Thought, Memory 
and Elocution, the Different Species of Oratory. 
Pp. 124-307. 

References: Kleutgen ; Blair; Genung-; Cope 
and Sandys ; Whately ; Lamont, English Compo- 
sition ; Baldwin, Composition Oral and Written ;• 
Heydrick, How to Study Literature. 



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Authors — First Term: Milton, Speeches from Paradise Lost 
(Book II). 

Burke, Conciliation with America. 
Shakespeare, Macbeth. 

Shurter, Masterpieces of Modern Oratory — Phil- 
lips, Grady, Watterson. 
Second Term: Shakespeare, Julius Caesar 
(Speeches). 

Webster, The Knapp Trial. 

Shurter, Masterpieces of Modern Oratory — Cur- 
tis, Daniel, Cochran, Spalding. 

Literature — Jenkins' Students' Handbook of British and 
American Literature. 
First Term: The Old Saxon, Transition, Old Eng- 
lish, Middle English, Modern Periods, to the 
Dramatists. Pp. 1-118. 
Second Term: The Modern Period, beginning 
with the Dramatists. Pp. 118-283. 

Practice — Analysis, Criticism and Composition of Speeches 
and Poems, Memory Work. Written Exercises 
twice a week. 

MATHEMATICS 

First Term — Five Hours a Week, with Daily Exercises 

Wentworth's Higher Algebra — Progressions, Indeterminate 
Coefficients, Binominal Theorem, Common Log- 
arithms, Interests and Annuities, Choice, Chance, 
Continued Fractions, Scales of Notation, Theory 
of Numbers, Variables and Limits, Series, Gen- 
eral Properties of Equations, Numerical Equa- 
tions, Determinants, Complex Numbers. Pp. 
295-521. 

PHYSICS : 

Second Term — Three Hours a Week, with Exercises three times a Week 

Goodspeed's Gage's Principles of Physics — Units of Measure- 
ment, Kinematics, Dynamics, Properties of 
Matter. Pp. 1-120. 



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ASTRONOMY 

Second Term — Two Hours a Week, with Exercises twice a Week 

Young's Lessons in Astronomy — Uranography, Fundamental 
Problems, the Earth, the Moon, the Sun, 
Eclipses and Tides, the Planets, Comets and 
Meteors, the Stars, Astronomical Instruments. 

HISTORY 

Four Hours a Week 

Fredet's Modern History. 

First Term: From the Beginning of the Crusades 

to the Discovery of America (A. D. 1492). Pp. 

274-410. 
Second Term: From the Discovery of America 

to the Present Time. Pp. 411-630. 

ELOCUTION 

Southwick's Steps to Oratory — Vocal Power, Enunciation, 
Gesture, Oratorical Expression. Pp. 79-134. 
Declamation once a week, Forensic Delivery, 
Extempore Speaking, Debates. 



FRESHMAN CLASS 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

Two Hours a Week 

De Harbe's Full Catechism of the Catholic Religion, Part II 

— On the Commandments. 
First Term: Pp. 158-197. 
Second Term: Pp. 197-237. 

LATIN 

Five Hours a Week 

Precepts — Yenni's Latin Grammar. 



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First Term: Prosody. Pp. 159-191. 
Second Term: Prosody repeated. 
Authors — First Term: Cicero, Pro Archia, In Catilinam IV. 

Livy, History. 

Virgil, /Eneid, Books, I, II. 
Second Term: Horace, Ars Poetica, Odes, Book I. 

Cicero, Pro Ligario. 

Virgil, yEneid, Books VI, IX. 
Practice — Composition in Prose and Verse, Sight Translation, 

Memory Work, Conversation ; Written exercises 

three times a week — Bradley's Arnold's Latin 

Prose Composition. 
First Term: Exercises 31-39. 
Second Term: Exercises 40-48. 

GREEK 

Four Hours a Week 

Precepts — Yenni's Greek Grammar. 

First Term: Accents, Dialects . Pp. 157-182. 
Second Term: The Homeric Dialect repeated, 
Prosody. Pp. 171-190. 
Authors: First Term: Homer, Iliad, Books II, VI. 
St. John Chrysostom, In Eutropium. 
Second Term: Homer, Odyssey, Books I, VII. 
Euripides, Hecuba. 
Practice — Composition, Sight Translation, Memory Work ; 
Written exercises twice a week — Abbott's Ar- 
nold's Greek Prose Composition. 
First Term: Exercises 29-38. 
Second Term: Exercises 39-48. 

ENGLISH 
Five Hours a Week 

Precepts — Coppens' Introduction to English Rhetoric. 

First Term: . Style in Literary Composition — Lit- 
erary /Esthetics, Essays, Dialogues, Novels, His- 
tory. Pp. 97-116, 181-251. 



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Second Term: Versification (Structure of Verse 
repeated), the Nature of Poetry, Poetic Diction, 
Varieties of Poetry. Pp. 252-367. 

References: Stedman, Nature of Poetry; 
Newman, Idea of a University (on Style) ; 
Shairp, Interpretation of Nature ; Ward, English 
Poets; Dye, The Story-Tellers Art; Gummere, 
A Hand-Book of Poetics; Johnson's Elements of 
Literary Criticism, and Forms of Poetry ; Hey- 
drick, How to Study Literature. 

Authors — First Term: Milton, Lycidas, and other Shorter 
Poems. 

Macaulay, Essay on Milton. 

Pope, Essay on Criticism (in connection with the 
Ars Poetica). 
Second Term: Shakespeare, Merchant of Venice. 
Scott, Ivanhoe. 

Poets of the South — Selections from Poe, Hayne, 
Timrod, Lanier, Father Ryan (Painter). 

Literature — Jenkins' Students' Handbook of British and 
American Literature. 
First Term: The Nineteenth and Twentieth Cen- 
tury English Writers. Pp. 283-445. 
Second Term : American Literature. Pp. 447-589. 
Practice — Literary Analysis and Criticism, Composition in 
Prose and Verse, Memory Work. Written exer- 
cises twice a week. 

MATHEMATICS 

Five Hours a Week 

Wentworth's Plane and Spherical Trigonometry and Survey- 
ing. Daily written exercises. 

First Term: Plane Trigonometry — Trigonometric 
Functions of Acute Angles, the Right Triangle, 
Goniometry, the Oblique Triangle, Construction 
of Tables. Pp. 1-137. 

Second Term: (A) Spherical Trigonometry — 



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The Right Spherical Triangle, the Oblique 
Spherical Triangle, Applications. (B) Surveying 
— Field Instruments, Office Instruments, Land 
Surveying, Triangulation, Leveling, Railroad 
Surveying, City Surveying. Pp. 139-304. 

HISTORY 

Four Hours a Week 

Fredet's Modern History. 

First Term: From the Foundation of the Roman 
Empire (B. C. 31) to its Downfall in the West 
(A. D. 476). Pp. 1-147. 

Second Term: From the Downfall of the West- 
ern Empire to the Beginning of the Crusades 
(A. D. 1095). Pp. 148-273. 

ELOCUTION 

Southwick's Steps to Oratory — Inflection, the Eye and Face 
in Reading, Breathing, Dramatic Expression. 
Pp. 37-38, 179-193. 

Declamation once a week, Rendition of Dra- 
matic Scenes. 



4Q 



SCHEDULE OF LECTURES 


AND RECITATIONS 


HOURS 


SENIOR 


JUNIOR 


SOPHOMORE 


FRESHMAN 


8:15 


Biology, or 

Higher 
Mathematics 


M.,T.,W., 

English 
F.,S., History 


Latin 


Latin 


9:15' 


Modern Lang. 


Philosophy 


History 
M.,T.,W.,F., 

Christian 
Doctrine 


History 
M.,T.,W.,F., 

Christian 
Doctrine 


10:15 


Philosophy 


Physics 


i st Term- 
Mathematics 
2nd Term — 
M.,T.,W., 
Physics 
F.,S., 
Astronomy 


Mathematics 


2:30 


Chemistry 


Modern Lang. 


English 
T., Elocution 


English 
T., Elocution 


3:30 


Philosophy 


M.,T.,Latin 


Greek 


Greek 




S., Evidences 


W.,F.,Greek 


S., Christian 


S., Christian 




of Religion 


S-, Evidences 
of Religion 


Doctrine 


Doctrine 



N. B. There is a written exercise in Mathematics every day except 
the holidays. In the other branches there are exercises as 
follows: Latin T., Th., S.; Greek M., F.; English Su., W. 



4" 

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FIRST ACADEMIC CLASS 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

Two Hours a Week 

De Harbe's Full Catechism of the Catholic Religion, Part I— 

On Faith. 
First Term: Pp. 70-112. 
Second Term: Pp. 112-157. 

LATIN 

Five Hours a Week 

Precepts — Yenni's Latin Grammar. 

First Term: Syntax thoroughly reviewed. Pp. 
78-118. 

Second Term: Syntax thoroughly reviewed — Pp. 
119-158. 
Authors — First Term: Caesar, Books IV, V. 
Virgil, Eclogues, I, IV, V, VI. 

Second Term: Virgil, Georgics. 
Cicero, In Catilinam I. 
Sallust, Catilina and Jugurtha. 
Practice — Imitation of Authors, Continuous Prose Composi- 
tion, Sight Translation, Memory Work, Conver- 
sation ; Written exercises three times a week — . 
Bradley's Arnold's Latin Prose Composition. 

First Term: Exercises 13-21. 

Second Term: Exercises 22-30. 

GREEK 
Four Hours a Week 

Precepts — Yenni's Greek Grammar. 



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Pirst Term: Etymology — Matter of preceding 
years repeated, Irregular Verbs, Adverbs, Prep- 
ositions, Conjunctions. Syntax — Last Year's 
matter repeated with all the notes. Pp. 97-131. 

Second Term: Syntax concluded. Pp. 132-156. 

Authors — First Term: Xenophon, Anabasis, Book I; Cyro- 
paedia. 
Second Term: Iliad, Book I. 
St. Luke, Gospel. 
Practice — Imitation of Authors, Memory Work; Written ex- 
ercises twice a week — Abbott's Arnold's Greek 
Prose Composition. 
First Term: Exercises 12-18. 
Second Term: Exercises 19-28. 

ENGLISH 

Five Hours a Week 

Precepts — Coppens' Introduction to English Rhetoric. 

First Term: The Elements of Composition — Ob- 
ject-lessons, Words, Sentences, Combination 
and Punctuation of Sentences, The Ornaments 
of Composition — Tropes, Figures of Words, 
Figures of Thought. Structure of Verse. Pp. 
9-96, 260-296. 

Second Term: Varieties of Style, Improvement 
of Style, Imitation, Epistolary Composition, 
Narration, Description. Pp. 116-180. 

References : Skinner, Studies in Literature ; 
Scott and Denny, Composition — Literature, and 
Paragraph-Writing; Hitchcock, Practice Book 
in English Composition ; Sampson and Holland, 
Written and Oral Composition. 
Authors — First Term: Scott, Lady of the Lake. 

Poe, The Gold Bug, and other Stories. 

Second Term: Tennyson, Enoch Arden and 
Shorter Poems. 
Newman, Callista. 



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Practice — Imitation of Authors, Verse making, Memory 
Work. Written exercises twice a week. 



MATHEMATICS 

Five Hours a Week 

Wentworth's Plane and Solid Geometry. Daily written exer- 
ercises. 

First Term: Plane Geometry — Rectilinear Fig- 
ures, the Circle, Proportion, Similar Polygons, 
Areas of Polygons, Regular Polygons and Cir- 
cles. Books I-V. 

Second Term: Solid Geometry — Lines and Planes 
in Space, Polyhedrons, Cylinders and Cones, the 
Sphere, Conic Sections. Books VI-IX. 

HISTORY 

Two and a Half Hours a Week 

Fredet's Ancient History, w r ith special reference to Greek and 
Roman History. 

First Term: From the Death of Alexander (B. C. 
323) to the Third War against Mithridates (B. 
C. 66). Pp. 238-364. 

Second Term : From the Third War against Mith- 
ridates to the Foundation of the Roman Empire 
(B. C. 31). Laws, Manners and Customs of 
Ancient Nations. Pp. 364-492. 

BOOKKEEPING 

One and a Half Hour a Week 

Bryant and Stratton's Common School Bookkeeping. 
First Term: Single Entry. 
Second Term: Double Entry. 



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ELOCUTION 

Southwick's Steps to Oratory — Attitude of the Body, Logical 
Expression, The Melody of Emphasis, Descrip- 
tive Expression. Pp. 7-36, 135-178. 
Declamation once a week, Individual and Class 
Drill. 



SECOND ACADEMIC CLASS 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE . 

Two Hours a Week 

De Harbe's Full Catechism of the Catholic Religion. Prac- 
tical Instructions. 
First Term: History, pp. 7-36. 
Second Term: History, pp. 36-69. 

LATIN 

Five Hours a Week 

Precepts* — Yenni's Latin Grammar. 

First Term: Etymology— Matter of preceding 
year reviewed, Adverbs, Prepositions, Conjunc- 
tions, Interjections. Syntax — Rules with easier 
notes. Pp. 68-124. 
Authors — First Term: Cornelius Nepos, Lives. 
Cicero, Selected Letters. 

Second Term: Caesar, Gallic War, Books I, II. 
Practice — Applications of the Rules, Themes based on the 
Authors studied, Memory Work, Conversation ; 
Written exercises three times a week — Bradley's 
Arnold's Latin Prose Composition. 

First Term: Exercises 1-6. 

Second Term: Exercises 7-12, with Supplemen- 
tary Exercises, p. 341. 



4S 
GREEK 

Four Hours a Week 

Precepts — Yenni's Greek Grammar. 

First Term: Etymology — Matter of preceding 
year repeated, with exceptions, Formation of 
Tenses. Syntax — The Four Concords, the Arti- 
cle. Pp. 58-81, 114-120. 

Second Term : Etymology — Contract Verbs, Verbs 
in mi, Deponent Verbs. Syntax — The Negative 
Particles, etc. Pp. 82-97, 120-132. 

Authors — First Term : Hierocles, Witticisms ; ^Esop, Fables. 
Second Term: Xenophon, Anabasis, Book I. 

Practice — Constant drill in the Formation of Tenses, Parsing, 
Memory Work ; Written exercises twice a week 
— Abbott's Arnold's Greek Prose Composition. 

First Term: Exercises 1-5. 

Second Term: Exercises 6-11. 

ENGLISH 

Five Hours a Week 

Precepts — Maxwell and Smith's Writing in English. 

First Term: Kinds of Composition, Study of De- 
scription, Paragraphing, Unity in Sentences, 
Sentence Forms, Narration. Pp. 9-110. 
Second Term: Clearness in Writing, Contents of 
Paragraphs, Emphasis in Writing, Letter Writ- 
ing, Figures of Speech, Choice of Words, Expo- 
sition and Argument, Rules for Punctuation, 
Capitalization and Spelling. Pp. 111-243. 

Authors — First Term: Coleridge, The Ancient Mariner. 

Gray, Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard. 
Irving, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (Studies 
by R. A. Ryan, S. J.). 
Second Term : Macaulay, Lays of Ancient Rome. 
Goldsmith, the Vicar of Wakefield. 



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Orthography — Sandwick and Bacon's High School Word 
Book. 

First Term: Pp. 1-76. 
Second Term: Pp. 77-150. 
Practice — Simple Themes in Description, Narration, Para- 
graphing and Exposition, Memory Work; Writ- 
ten exercises twice a week — Maxwell and John- 
ston's School Composition. 



MATHEMATICS 

Five Hours a Week 

Wentworth's Higher Algebra. Daily written exercises. 

First Term: The Elementary Operations re- 
viewed, Simple Equations, Factors, Fractions, 
Fractional Equations, Simultaneous Equations of 
the First Degree. Pp. 1-185. 

Second Term: Simple Indeterminate Equations, 
Inequalities, Involution and Evolution, Theory 
of Exponents, Radical Expressions, Imaginary 
Expressions, Quadratic Equations, Properties of 
Quadratics, Ratio, Proportion and • Variation. 
Pp. 186-294. 



HISTORY 

Two Hours and a Half a Week 

Fredet's Ancient History, with special reference to Greek and 
Roman History. 

First Term: From the Creation of the World to 
the Foundation of the Persian Empire (B. C. 
538). Pp. 1-101. 

Second Term: From the Foundation of the Per- 
sian Empire to the Death of Alexander (B. C. 
323). Pp. 102-237. 






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GEOGRAPHY 

One Hour and a Half a Week 

Appleton's Standard Higher Geography. 

First Term: Asia. Pp. 95-103. 

Second Term: Africa, Oceania. Pp. 104-118. 

ELOCUTION 

Southwick's Steps to Oratory. Frequent Reading, Declama- 
tion and Class Drill once a week. 

PENMANSHIP 
Regular Instruction and daily Practice. 



THIRD ACADEMIC CLASS 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

Two Hours a Week 

The Baltimore Catechism, No. 2. Practical Instructions. 
First Term: Chap. I-XXI. 
Second Term: Chap. XXII-XXXVII. 

LATIN 

Five Hours a Week 

Precepts — Yenni's Latin Grammar. 

First Term: Etymology — to Periphrastic Conju- 
gation, omitting exceptions. Pp. 1-44. 

Second Term: Etymology — Matter of preceding 
term repeated, including exceptions, Periphrastic 
Conjugation, Irregular Verbs, Defective Verbs. 
Syntax — Easier Rules, omitting notes. Pp. 44- 
67, 79-97. 



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Authors — Collar and Daniell's First Year Latin. 

First Term: Anecdotes, Stories of Hercules, pp. 

171-180. 
Second Term: Stories of Ulysses, Fables, Stories 

from Roman History, pp. 180-202. 

Practice — Constant drill in the Declensions and Conjugations, 
Daily Memorizing of words and sentences, Pars- 
ing; Written exercises — Collar and Daniell's 
First Year Latin. 

First Term (Four times a week) : Pp. 20-89. 

Second Term (Three times a week) : Pp. 90-169. 

GREEK 
Second Term — Four Hours a Week 

Precepts — Yenni's Greek Grammar. 

Etymology — Nouns, Adjectives, Pronouns, Regu- 
lar Verbs. Pp. 1-58. 
Practice — Constant drill in the Declensions and the Conjuga- 
tion of Regular Verbs, Daily Memorizing of 
words and simple sentences. Written exercises 
twice a week — Yenni's Grammar, pp. 191-195. 

ENGLISH 

First Term — Six Hours a Week; Second Term — Five Hours a Week 

Precepts — Maxwell's School Grammar. 

First Term: Etymology reviewed. Pp. 7-189. 
Second Term: Etymology and Syntax reviewed, 

Rules for Capitals and Punctuation. Pp. 189- 

262. 

Authors — First Term: Longfellow, Evangeline. 
Lamb, Tales from Shakespeare. 
Second Term: Goldsmith, Deserted Village. 
Irving, Rip Van Winkle and The Voyage 
(Studies by R. A. Ryan, S. J.). 



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Orthography — Hazen's Complete Spelling Book. 

First Term: Grammar Part. Pp. 1-36. 
Second Term: Grammar Part. Pp. 37-74. 

Practice — Sentence-building, Parsing, Memory Work, Para- 
phrasing and Imitation of the Authors studied. 
Written exercises three times a week during the 
first term, twice during the second — Maxwell's 
First Book in English. 

MATHEMATICS 

Five Hours a Week. Daily Exercises. 

First Term : Wentworth and Smith's Complete Arithmetic — 

Ratio and Proportion, to the end, including 
Metric Measures ; together with a General Re- 
view. Pp. 311-436. 

Second Term: Milne's Grammar School Algebra — Simple 
Treatment of the Elementary Operations, Fac- 
toring, Simple Equations. 

HISTORY 

First Term — Four Hours a Week; Second Term — Two Hours and a 

half a Week 

Lawler's Essentials of American History. 

First Term: The Period of Union. Pp. 185-289. 
Second Term: The Periods of Disunion, Reunion 
and Industrial Development. Pp. 290-375. 

GEOGRAPHY 

First Term — Three Hours a Week ; Second Term — One Hour and a 

Half a Week 

Appleton's Standard Higher Geography. 

First Term: Mexico, Central America, the West 

Indies, South America. Pp. 65-76. 
Second Term: Europe. Pp. 77-94. 



9° 
ELOCUTION 

Southwick's Steps to Oratory. Frequent Reading, Declama- 
tion and Class Drill once a week. 

PENMANSHIP 

Regular Instruction and daily Practice. 



SPECIAL CLASS 

In a special class, provision is made for students who,, 
while sufficiently advanced in other branches, may lack the 
requirements in Latin or Greek, or both, for unconditional 
entrance to any regular class. In this class, the deficiency is 
remedied during the first year, or the first term, according to 
the application of the student and his co-operation with his 
instructors. 



SPECIAL ALGEBRA AND ARITHMETIC 

For those who wish to better themselves in Algebra and 
Arithmetic, special classes are held in these two branches 
from February to May. 



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SCHEDULE OF LESSONS AND RECITATIONS 



HOURS 


FIRST ACADEMIC 


SECOND ACADEMIC 


THIRD ACADEMIC 


8:15 


Latin 


Latin 


Latin 


9:15 


History 
M.,T.,W.,F., 

Christian Doc- 
trine 


M.,T.,W., History 
F.,S., Geography 
Penmanship 
M.,T.,W.,F., 

Christian Doctrine 


Penmanship 

M.,T., W., F., 
Christian Doctrine 

ist Term— History 

2nd Term— 
M.,T.,W., History 
F.,S., Geography 


10:15 


Mathematics 


Mathematics 


Mathematics 


2:30 


English 
T., Elocution 


English 
T., Elocution 


English 
T., Elocution 


3:30 


Greek 

S., Christian Doc- 
trine 


Greek 

S., Christian Doc- 
trine 


Tst Term— Geogra- 
phy, English 

2nd Term — Greek 
S. Christian 
Doctrine 



N: B. — Mathematics exercise every day except holidays; Latin, T., 
Th., S.; Greek, M., F.; English, Su., W. 



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SUPERIOR CLASS 

EVIDENCES OF RELIGION 

One Hour a Week 

Schouppe's Course of Religious Instruction. Lectures by the 
Professor. 

First Term: (A) Dogmatic — Penance, Extreme Unction, 
Holy Orders, Matrimony, the Virtues, the Four 
Last Things. (B) Moral — Laws, the Deca- 
logue (to the Fifth Commandment). Pp. 211-311. 
— The Gospel according to St. Luke. 

Second Term: Moral — The Decalogue (concluded), the 
Commandments of the Church, Sin, Virtues, 
Christian Perfection, the Sacraments, Prayers, 
Feasts and Ceremonies of the Church. Pp. 311- 
405. — The Gospel according to St. John. 

PHILOSOPHY 

Four Hours a Week 

First Term: (A) Cosmology. Qualities of Bodies; 
Change — Substantial and Accidental; Atomism, 
Dynamism, Hylomorphism. 

(B) Psychology. Life and its Principle; Sen- 
sation ; the Origin of Species ; the Intellect and 
its Ideas ; the Will, Freedom ; Qualities of the 
Soul ; the Union of Body and Soul. 

(C) Natural Theology. Existence and Nature 
of God ; His Attributes, Intelligence and Will ; 
Moral and Physical Evil ; Creation, Miracles. 

Text: Coppens' Mental Philosophy; with the Stony- 
hurst Series. 



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Second Term: (A) Ethics. The End of Man, Beatitude; 
Morality of Human Acts ; Moral Obligation ; 
Law, Sanction of Law; the Norm of Morality; 
Man's Duties; Homicide, Suicide, Dueling - ; Ve- 
racity, Lying; Private Ownership, Communism, 
Socialism, Henry George; Capital and Labor; 
Domestic Society, Matrimony, Divorce; Parental 
Authority, Education ; Civil Society and Govern- 
ment, Suffrage ; Church and State. 

Text : Coppens' Moral Philosophy ; with the Stony- 
hurst Series. 

(B) Economics. Production and Consumption ; 
Industrial Organization ; Family Life and Law ; 
Exchange, Trade ; Money, Coinage ; Credit and 
Banking; Distribution, Profits; Interest, Wages; 
Public Finance and Ownership; Taxation and 
Public Debts. 

Text: Devas' Political Economy. 



CHEMISTRY 

Five Hours a Week, with daily exercises and two hours a week allowed 
for Laboratory Work 

Hessler and Smith's Essentials of Chemistry. Same course 
as the Senior Class. 



MATHEMATICS 

First Term — Five Hours a Week, with Daily Exercises 

Wentworth's Higher Algebra — Progressions', Indeterminate 
Coefficients, Binomial Theorem, Common Loga- 
rithms, Interests and Annuities, Choice, Chance, 
Continued Fractions, Scales of Notation, Theory 
of Numbers, Variables and Limits, Series, Gen- 
eral Properties of Equations, Numerical Equa- 
tions, Determinants, Complex Numbers. Pp. 
295-521. 



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PHYSICS 

Second Term — Three Hours a Week, with Exercises three times a Week 

Goodspeed's Gage's Principles of Physics — Units of Measure- 
ment, Kinematics, Dynamics, Properties of Mat- 
ter. Pp. 1-120. 

ASTRONOMY 

Second Term — Two Hours a Week, with Exercises twice a Week 

Young's Lessons in Astronomy — Uranography, Fundamental 
Problems, the Earth, the Moon, the Sun, Eclipses 
and Tides, the Planets, Comets and Meteors, the 
Stars, Astronomical Instruments. 

BIOLOGY 

Five Hours a Week, with exercises three times a week and two hours a 
week allowed for Laboratory Work 

Hunter's Elements of Biology. Same course as the Senior 

Class. 

HIGHER MATEMATICS 

Five Hours a Week, with two exercises a week 

For students who do not study Biology. Same course as the 
Senior Class. 

ENGLISH AND HISTORY 

To students who take neither Biology nor Higher Mathe- 
matics, the course of English and the History of 
Philosophy of the Junior Class is open. 

MODERN LANGUAGE 

Five Hours' a Week 

French, German or Spanish is prescribed for this class — 
Course II. Written exercises three times a. 
week. 



INTERMEDIATE CLASS 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

First Term — Two Hours a Week 

De Harbe's Full Catechism of the Catholic Religion. 

Pp. 248-327. — The Gospel according- to St. 
Matthew. 

EVIDENCES OF RELIGION 

Second Term — One Hour a Week 

Schouppe's Course of Religious Instruction. Lectures by the 
Professor. 

(A) Apologetic — Truth of the Christian Reli- 
gion ; the Church ; Proof of the Truth of the 
Catholic Church ; its Marks ; Accusations 
brought against it. (B) Dogmatic — Sources of 
Authority; God and His Attributes; the Creation 
of the World ; the Incarnation. Pp. x 1-163. — The 
Gospel according to St. Mark. 

PHILOSOPHY 
Second Term — Four Hours a Week 

First Half: Logic — Dialectics. Simple Apprehensions, 
Terms ; Judgments, Propositions ; Reasoning, the 
Syllogism with its Principles and Laws ; Induc- 
tion, Method, the Circle. 

Second Half: (A) Logic — Critics. Logical Truth and 
Falsity ; Certitude, Scepticism ; Consciousness, 
the Senses, the Intellect; Testimony; the L T lti- 
mate Motive of Certitude — Evidence. 

(B) Ontology. Being, Analogy ; Truth, Good- 
ness, Evil; Essence and Existence; Possibility; 
Substance and Accident ; Causes ; Matter and 
Form ; Finality ; the Exemplar. 

Text: Coppens' Mental Philosophy; with Poland's 
Laws of Thought, the Stonvhurst Series. 



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ENGLISH 

First Term — Four Hours a Week; Second Term — Five Hours 

a Week 

Precepts — Coppens' Oratorical Composition. 

First Term: Nature of Oratory, Sources of Suc- 
cess in Oratory, Arrangement of Thoughts. 
Pp. 11-123. 

Second Term: Development of Thought, Mem- 
ory and Elocution, the Different Species of Ora- 
tory. Pp. 124-307. 
Authors — First Term: Milton, Speeches from Paradise Lost 
(Book II). 

Burke, Conciliation with America. 
Shakespeare, Macbeth. 

Shurter, Masterpieces of Modern Oratory — ■ 
Phillips, Grady, Watterson. 

Second Term: Shakespeare, Julius Caesar 

(Speeches). 

Webster, The Knapp Trial. 

Shurter, Masterpieces of Modern Oratory — Cur- 
tis, Daniel, Cochran, Saplding. 
Literature — Jenkins' Students' Handbook of British and 
American Literature. 

First Term: The Nineteenth and Twentieth Cen- 
tury English Writers, American Literature, 
Pp. 283-589. 

Second Term: The Old Saxon, Transition, Old 
English, Middle English, Modern Periods. Pp. 
1-283. 
Practice — Analysis, Criticism and Composition of Speeches 
and Poems, Memory Work. Written exercises 
twice a week. 

MATHEMATICS 

Five Hours a Week 

Wentworth's Plane and Spherical Trigonometry and Survey- 
ing. Daily written exercises. 



57 

First Term: Plane Trigonometry — Trigonometric 
Functions of Acute Angles, the Right Triangle, 
Goniometry, the Oblique Triangle, Construction 
of Tables.' Pp. 1-137. 

Second Term: (A) Spherical Trigonometry — 
The Right Spherical Triangle, the Oblique 
Spherical Triangle, Applications. (B) Survey- 
ing — Field Instruments, Office Instruments, 
Land Surveying, Triangulation, Leveling, Rail- 
road Surveying, City Surveying. Pp. 139-304. 

PHYSICS 

Five Hours a Week, with daily exercises and two hours a week allowed 
for Laboratory Work 

Goodspeed's Gage's Principles of Physics. 

First Term: Dynamics of Fluids; Energy of Mass 
Vibration — Sound Waves ; Molecular Dynamics 
— Heat; Energy of Ether Strain-Light. Pp. 121- 
312. 

Second Term: Energy of Ether Strain — Light 
(concluded) ; Energy of Ether Strain — Electro- 
statics ; Energy of Electricity in Action — Electro- 
Kinetics. Pp. 313-529. 

HISTORY 

First Term — Four Hours a Week 

Fredet's Modern History. 

From the Discovery of America (1492) to the 
Present Time. Pp. 411-630. 

MODERN LANGUAGE 

Two Hours a Week 

French, German or Spanish is prescribed for this class — - 
Course I. Written exercises three times a week. 



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ELOCUTION 

Southwick's Steps to Oratory — Vocal Power, Enunciation, 
Gesture, Oratorical Expression. Pp. 79-134. 
Declamation once a week, Forensic Delivery, 
Extempore Speaking, Debates. 



FIRST ENGLISH CLASS 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

De Harbe's Full Catechism of the Catholic Religion. Prac- 
tical Instructions. 
First Term: Pp. 128-185. 
Second Term: Pp. 185-248. 

ENGLISH 

Ten Hours a Week 

Precepts — Coppens' Introduction to English Rhetoric. 

First Term: Imitation, Epistolary Composition, 
Narration, Description, Essays, Dialogues, 
Novels, History. Pp. 130-251. 

Second Term: Versification, the Structure of 
Verse, the Nature of Poetry, Poetic Diction, 
Varieties of Poetry. Pp. 252-367. 

Authors — First Term: Scott, The Lady of the Lake. 

Macaulay, Essay on Milton. 

Pope, Essay on Criticism. 
Second Term: Shakespeare, The Merchant of 

Venice. 

Scott, Ivanhoe. 

Poets of the South — Selections from Poe, Hayne, 

Timrod, Lanier, Father Ryan (Painter). 
Practice — Imitation of Authors, Composition in Prose and 

Verse, Analysis and Criticism, Memory Work. 

Written exercises five times a week. 



?9 

MATHEMATICS 
Five Hours a Week 

Wentworth's Plane and Solid Geometry. Daily written exer- 
cises. 

First Term: Plane Geometry — Rectilinear Fig- 
ures, the Circle, Proportion, Similar Polygons, 
Areas of Polygons, Regular Polygons and Cir- 
cles. Books I-V. 

Second Term: Solid Geometry — Lines and Planes 
in Space, Polyhedrons, Cylinders and Cones, the 
Sphere, Conic Sections.. Books VI-IX. 

HISTORY 

Four Hours a Week 

Fredet's Modern History. 

First Term: From the Foundation of the Roman 

Empire (B. C. 31) to the Revival of the Western 

Empire (A. D. 800). Pp. 1-221. 
Second Term: From the Revival of the Western 

Empire to the Discovery of America (A. D. 

1492). Pp. 222-410. 

BOOKKEEPING 

Two Hours a Week 

Bryant and Stratton's Common School Bookkeeping — Double 
Entry. 

COMMERCIAL LAW 

Clarke's Text Book on Commercial Law. 

First Term: Sources of Law, Contracts,* Agency, 
Partnership, Corporations, Guaranty, Time to 
Sue, Sale of Goods. Pp. 11-104. 
Second Term: Commercial Paper, Shipping, In- 
surance, Interest and L T sury, Telegraphs, Pat- 
ents, Bankruptcy, Real Estate. Pp. 105-244. 



6o 

ELOCUTION 

Southwick's Steps to Oratory — Inflection, the Eye and Face 
in Reading, Breathing, Dramatic Expression. 
Pp. 37-78, 179, 193. 

Declamation once a week, Rendition of Dramatic 
Scenes. 



SECOND ENGLISH CLASS 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

Two Hours a Week 

De Harbe's Full Catechism of the Catholic Religion. Prac- 
tical Instructions. 
First Term: Pp. 7-69. 
Second Term: Pp. 70-128. 

ENGLISH 

Ten Hours' a Week 

Precepts — First Term: Maxwell and Smith's Writing in 
English — Study of Description, Sentences, Para- 
graphing, Narration, Letter Writing, Figures of 
Speech, Choice of Words, Exposition and Argu- 
ment, Rules for Punctuation, Capitalization and 
Spelling. Pp. 9-243. 
Second Term: Coppens' Introduction to English 
Rhetoric — Object-lessons, Words, Sentences, 
Tropes, Figures of Words and Thoughts, Style 
in Literary Composition. Pp. 9-129. 

Authors — First Term: Coleridge, The Ancient Mariner. 

Gray, Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard. 
Irving, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (Studies 
by R. A. Ryan, S. J.) 
Second Term: Macaulay, Lays of Ancient Rome, 
Goldsmith, The Vicar of Wakefield. 






6i 

Orthography — Sandwick and Bacon's High School Word 
Book. 
First Term: Pp. 1-76. 
Second Term: Pp. 77-150. 
Practice — Simple themes in Description, Narration, Para- 
graphing and Exposition, Memory Work. 
Written exercises every day — Maxwell and 
Johnston's School Composition. 

MATHEMATICS 

Five Hours a Week 

Wentworth's Higher Algebra. Daily written exercises. 

First Term: The Elementary Operations re- 
viewed, Simple Equations, Factors, Fractional 
Equations, Simultaneous Equations of the First 
Degree. Pp. 1-185. 
Second Term: Simple Indeterminate Equations, 
Inequalities, Involution and Evolution, Theory 
of Exponents, Radical Expressions, Imaginary 
Expressions, Quadratic Expressions, Properties 
of Quadratics, Ratio, Proportion and Variation. 
Pp. 186-294. 

HISTORY 
Four Hours a Week 

Fredet's Ancient History, with special reference to Greek 

and Roman History. 
First Term: From the Creation of the World to 

the Death of Alexander (B. C. 323). Pp. 1-237. 
Second Term: From the Death of Alexander to 

the Foundation of the Roman Empire (B. C. 31), 

Pp. 238-492. 

GEOGRAPHY 

First Term — Four Hours a Week ; Second Term — Two Hours 
Appleton's Standard Higher Geography. 



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First Term: Asia. Pp. 95-103. 

Second Term: Africa, Oceania. Pp. 104-118. 

BOOKKEEPING 

Second Term — Two Hours a Week 

Bryant and Stratton's Common School Bookkeeping — Single 
Entry. 

ELOCUTION 

Southwick's Steps to Oratory — Attitude of the Body, Logical 
Expression, the Melody of Emphasis, Descrip- 
tive Expression. Pp. 7-36, 135-178. 
Declamation once a week, Individual and Class 

(Drill. 
PENMANSHIP 
Regular Instruction and daily Practice. 



THIRD ENGLISH CLASS 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

Two Hours a Week 

The Baltimore Catechism, No. 2. Practical Instructions. 
First Term: Chap. I-XXI. 
Second Term: Chap. XXII-XXXVII. 

ENGLISH 

Ten Hours a Week 

Precepts — Maxwell's School Grammar. 

First Term: Etymology reviewed. Pp. 7-189. 
Second Term: Etymology and Syntax reviewed, 

Rules for Capitals and Punctuation. Pp. 189- 

262. 






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Authors — First Term: Longfellow, Evangeline. 
Lamb, Tales from Shakespeare. 
Second Term: Goldsmith, Deserted Village. 

Irving-, Rip Van W inkle and The Voyage 
(Studies by R. A. Ryan, S. J.). 

Orthography — Hazen's Complete Spelling Book. 

First Term: Grammar Part. Pp. 1-36. 
Second Term: Grammar Part. Pp. 37-74. 

Practice — Sentence-building, Parsing, Memory Work, Para- 
phrasing and Imitation of the Authors studied. 
Written exercises every day — Maxwell's First 
Book in English. 

MATHEMATICS 

Five Hours a Week. Daily Exercises'. 

First Term: Wentworth and Smith's Complete Arithmetic 
— Ratio and Proportion, to the end, including 
Metric Measures ; together with a General Re- 
view. Pp. 311-436. 

Second Term: Milne's Grammar School Algebra — Simple 
Treatment of the Elementary Operations, Fac- 
toring, Fractions, Simple Equations. 

HISTORY 
Four Hours a Week 

Lawler's Essentials of American History. 

First Term: The Period of Union. Pp. 185-289. 
Second Term: The Periods of Disunion, Reunion 
and Industrial Development. Pp. 290-375. 

GEOGRAPHY 
Four Hours a Week 

Appleton's Standard Higher Geography. 

First Term: Mexico, Central America, the West 



6 4 

Indies, South America. Pp. 65-76. 
Second Term: Europe. Pp. 77-94. 

ELOCUTION 

Southwick's Steps to Oratory — Frequent Reading, Declama- 
tion and Class Drill once a week. 

PENMANSHIP 

Regular Instruction and daily Practice. 






SCHEDULE OF LECTURES AND RECITATIONS 



HRS. 


SUPERIOR 


INTERM. 


1ST ENG. 


2D ENGLISH 


3D ENGLISH 


8:15 


Biology 


Mathe- 


History 


History 


History 




Higher 


matics 


M.,T.,W., 


M.,T.,W., 


M.,T.,W..F., 




Mathe- 




F., Chris- 


F. .Chris- 


Christian 




matics or 




tian Doc- 


tian Doc- 


Doctrine 




English and 




trian 


trine 






History 










'9:15 


Mod. Lang. 


ist Term- 


English — 


English- 


English- 






History 


Precepts 


Precepts 


Precepts 






M.,T.,W., 












F., Ch. 












Doctrine 












2d Term — 












Philosophy 








10:15 


Mathemat- 


Physics 


Mathe- 


Mathe- 


Mathematics 




ics or Phy- 




matics 


matics 






sics and 












Astronomy 










2:30 


Chemistry 


Modern 


English- 


English- 


English- 






Language 


Authors 


Authors 


Authors 








T., Elocu- 


T., Elocu- 


T., Elocution 








tion 


tion 




3:30 


Philosophy 


English 


M.,T., 


Penman- 


Geography 




S., Evi- 


S., Chris- 


Commer- 


ship 


Penmanship 




dences of 


Doctrine or 


cial Law 


ist Term — 


S., Christian 




Religion 


Evidences 


W.,F., 


Geography 


Doctrine 






of Religion 


Bookkeep- 
ing 

S. , Chris- 
tian Doc- 
trine 


2d Term — 
M.,T., 
Geography 
W.,F., 
Bookkeep- 
ing 
S.,Ch.Doct. 


» 



N, B. — Mathematics and English, Bookkeeping, History or 
Geography exercises daily. 



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FIRST PREPARATORY CLASS 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

Two Hours a Week 

The Baltimore Catechism, No. 2. Practical Instructions. 
First Term: Chap. I-XXI. 
Second Term: Chap. XXII-XXXVII. 

ENGLISH 

Ten Hours a Week 

Precepts — Maxwell's School Grammar. 

First Term: The Parts of Speech, Elements of 
the Sentence, Classification of Sentences, Ety- 
mology. Pp. 7-129. 

Second Term: Etymology completed, Syntax. 
Pp. 129-240. 

Authors — First Term: Browning, The Pied Piper of Ham- 
elm. 

Macaulay, Horatius. 
Wiseman, Selection from Fabiola. 
Dickens, Selection from A Christmas Carol. 
Second Term: Longfellow, King Robert of 
Sicily. 

De Vere, Selection from Cuchulain. 
Keon, Selection from Dion and the Sibyls. 
Newman, A Plague of Locusts, from Callista. 

Orthography — Hazen's Complete Spelling Book. 
First Term: Primary Part. 






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Second Term: Intermediate Part. 

Practice — Daily written exercises, Parsing 1 , Dictation, Mem- 
ory Work, Letter writing, p Reproduction of 
simple stories. 

ARITHMETIC 

Five Hours a Week 

Wentworth and Smith's Complete Arithmetic. Daily writ- 
ten exercises. 

First Term: Fractions, Decimals and Denomi- 
nate Numbers reviewed, Percentage to Gain and 

Loss. Pp. 251-267. 

Second Term: Gain and Loss to Ratio and Pro- 
portion. Pp. 268-310. 

HISTORY 
Four Hours a Week 

Lawler's Essentials of American History. 

First Term: The Great Navigators, the Explo- 
rers, the Missionaries, the Indians, the Colonies. 
Pp. 1-100. 

Second Term: French Explorations, the French 
and English Wars, Life in the Colonies, the 
Revolution, Physical Features. Pp. 101-184. 



GEOGRAPHY 

Four Hours a Week 



Appleton's Standard Higher Geography. 

First Term: Description and Division of the 

Earth, North America. Pp. 1-27. 
Second Term: The United States. Pp. 28-64. 






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ELOCUTION 
Reading daily, Declamation and Class Drill once a week. 

PENMANSHIP 
Regular Instruction and daily Practice. 



SECOND PREPARATORY CLASS. 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

Two Hours a Week 

The Baltimore Catechism, No. 2. Practical Instructions. 
First Term: Chap. I-XXII. 
Second Term: Chap. XXII-XXXVII. 

ENGLISH 

Ten Hours a Week 



Precepts — Maxwell's Introductory Lessons in English Gram- 
mar. 

First Term: The Sentence and the Parts of 
Speech. Pp. 1-83. 

Second Term: More About the Parts of Speech. 
Simple Rules of Syntax and Punctuation. Pp. 

* 83-172. 
Authors — First Term: Longfellow, Selection from Hiawa- 
tha—The Coming of the Black-Robe Chief. 
Lowell, The First Snowfall. 

Dodge, Selection from Hans Brinker — The 
Skating Match. 

Defoe, Selection from Robinson Crusoe — The 
Shipwreck. 

Second Term: Longfellow, The Monk Felix. 
Knowles, Scene from William Tell. 
Scott, Selection — Robert Bruce. 
Shea, Father Marquette. 



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Orthography — Select Words from the Authors Studied. 

Practice — Daily written exercises, Parsing, Dictation, Mem- 
ory Work, Letter writing. 

ARITHMETIC 

Five Hours a Week 

Wentworth and Smith's Complete Arithmetic. Daily writ- 
ten exercises. 

First Term: Factors, Measures, Multiples, Frac- 
tions. Pp. 73-126. 

Second Term: Decimal Fractions, Short Meth- 
ods, Denominate Numbers. Pp. 127-250. 

HISTORY 
Four Hours a Week 

Lawler's Primary History of the United States. 

First Term: The Discovery of America to Wash- 
ington's Administration. Pp. 1-127. 

Second Term: From Washington to Taft. Pp. 
128-244. 

GEOGRAPHY 

Four Hours a Week 

Appleton's Standard Elementary Geography. 

First Term: The United States and the other 

Countries of North America. Pp. 3-62. 
Second Term : Europe, Africa, Asia, Oceania. 

Pp. 63-100. 

ELOCUTION 
Reading daily. Declamation and Class Drill once a Week. 



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PENMANSHIP 

Regular Instruction and daily Practice. 



SCHEDULE OF LESSONS AND RECITATIONS 

8:15 History 2:30 English— Authors 

M., T., W., P., T., Elocution 

Christian Doctrine 
9:15 English — Precepts 3:30 Geography 

Penmanship 
10:15 Arithmetic S., Christian Doctrine 



MODERN LANGUAGES 
French 

Course I. Muzzarelli's First Year in French. The Ele- 
ments of French Grammar. 

First Term: The Phonetics of the French Lan- 
aguage, Rules on the Parts of Speech and on 
Etre and Avoir. Pp. 9-126. 

Second Term: Conjugation of Regular Verbs, 
Syntax. Pp. 127-233. 

Translation of easy sentences, Reading, Com- 
position, Conversation. 

Course II. Muzzarelli's Second Year in French. Grammar 
and Composition. 

First Term: The Subjunctive Mood, Irregular 
Verbs. Pp. 5-173. 

Second Term: Reading and Translation, Supple- 
mentary Rules of Syntax. Pp. 174-296. 
Study of French Authors — Fenelon's Telemaque, 
La Fontaine, Racine, Verne, Corneille. Imita- 
tion, Conversation. 






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GERMAN 

Course I. Keller's First Year in German. The Elements of 
German Grammar. 

First Term: Lessons 1-25. 

Second Term: Lessons 26-44, with Supplement- 
ary Reading Matter and Syntax. 
Translation of the selections, Reading, Compo- 
sition, Conversation. 

Course II. Keller's Second Year in German. Grammar and 
Composition. 

First Term: Lessons 1-17. 

Second Term: Lessons 18-30, with Supplement- 
ary Reading Matter and Syntax. 
Study of German Authors — Grimm, Ranke, 
Richter, Schiller, Wagner. Imitation, Conver- 
sation. 

SPANISH 



Course I. Garner's Spanish Grammar. The Elements of 
Spanish Grammar. 

First Term: The Phonetics of the Spanish Lan- 
guage, the Parts of Speech. Pp. 9-99. 

Second Term: The Parts of Speech (concluded). 
Pp. 99-192. 

Translation of the Selections, Reading, Compo- 
sition, Conversation. 

Course II. Garner's Spanish Grammar. Grammar and Com- 
position. 

First Term: Syntax. Pp. 193-247. 
Second Term: Reading and Translation. Pp. 
292-346. 

Study of Spanish Authors — Alarcon, Fontaine, 
Padre Coloma, Calderon. Imitation, Conversa- 
tion. 



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EX LOGICA 

1. Nulla mentis apprehensio, per se spectata, falsa est. 

2. Absurdus est scepticismus universalis. 

3. Dubium methodicum cartesianum aeque absurdum est. 

4. Conscientia de existentia nostra et affectionum quae 
actu sunt est motivum infallibile certitudinis. 

5. Ex relatione sensuum externorum certo nobis constat 
corpora generatim sumpta existere. 

6. Cognitio sensibilium corporum qualitatum, quam ope 
sensuum, si sani sint riteque adhibiti, acquirimus, certa 
est. 

7. Per testimonium hominum possumus saepe cum certi- 
tudine cognoscere facta nobis coaeva. : 



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8. Universa'lia non sunt mera nomina, et quamvis nullam 
extra mentem realem existentiam habeant eorum objecta, 
non sunt ipsa merum mentis figmenttim, sed habent fun- 
damentum in re. 

9. Evidentia rei objective et ontologice spectata est ulti- 
mum motivum certitudinis, aut criterium veritatis. 

EX ONTOLOGIA 

1. Conceptus entis tit sic non est conceptus entis infiniti, 
nee est nomen univocum sed analogum, analogia attribu- 
tionis intrinsecae. 

2. Intrinseca rerum possibilitas neque a divina potentia, 
neque a divina voluntate, sed proxime a divino intellectu, 
remote a divina essentia pendet. 

EX COSMOLOGIA 

1. Origo mundi explicari nequit per existentiam materiae 
improductae ; nee per emanationem a divina substantia, ut 
volunt Pantheistae, sed explicari debet per productionem 
rerum ex nihilo, quod intelligimus nomine creationis. 

2. Statuto discrimine inter finem operis et finem operantis, 
asserimus finem operis, seu termini creationis, si primario 
spectettir, esse gloriam Dei extrinsecam. 

3. Mundus absolute loquendo nee est nee esse potest 
optimus ; relative vero optimus est. 

EX PSYCHOEOGIA 

1. Principium vitae turn in plantis turn in animalibus es- 
sentialiter differt ab omnibus viribus mechanicis et 
chemicis corporum inorganicorum. 



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2. Principium vitae in animalibus est vera forma substan- 
tialis corporis viventis, quae etsi simplex sit, non est ta- 
men substantia per se subsistens, sed existit dependenter 
a, materia quam informat. 

•3. Principium vitae in homine seu humana anima est sim- 
plex et spiritualis. 

4. Principium vitae in homine est unum, et ita unitur cor- 
pori ut ex ilia unione resultet una natura unaque persona. 

•5. Anima humana in quovis homine a Deo per creationem 
producitur; immortalis est et in perpetuum duratura. 

6. Voluntas humana libertate arbitrii gaudet. 

EX THEOLOGIA NATURALI 

1. Existentia Dei argumentis metaphysicis, physicis et 
moralibus evidenter probatur. 

2. Deus est ens a se, infinite perfectus, unicus, aeternus et 
immutabilis. 

3. Deus cognoscit omnia praeterita, praesentia et futura, 
.sive ea sint absolute sive conditionate futura. 

-4. Deus omnium et singularum rerum providentiam habet. 

EX ETHICA 

1. Debet esse aliquis finis ultimus pro homine quern nul- 
lum objectum creatum sed Deum solum esse declaramus. 

-2. Intrinsecum discrimen inter bonum et malum morale 
intercedit. 

v3. Existit lex naturalis qua homo tenetur Deum colere 



7? 

turn cultu interno turn externo, et acceptare revelationem 
fact am. 

4. Directa sui ipsius occisio legi naturali repngnat. 

5. Servato moderamine inculpatae tutelae licita est injusti 
vitae aggressoris occisio. 

6. Duellum honoris causa susceptum legi naturali adver- 
satur. 

7. Lege naturali, homo jure gaudet acquirendi proprieta- 
tem etiam stabilem, accedente occupatione effectiva. 

8. Communismus et socialismus rejiciendi sunt. 

9. Societas conjugalis ita stabilis est, ut divortium proprie 
dictum sett perfectum excludat. 

10. Suprema potestas in societate civili est immediate a 
Deo, et est legislativa, executiva et judiciaria. 

11. Suprema potestas civilis jus habet pro atrocioribus qui- 
busdam criminibus poenam capitis instituendi. 

12. Jus directe et immediate curandi educationem libero- 
rum, in ordine mere naturali, per se ad solos parentes 
pertinet ; unde monopolium scholarum et educatio com- 
pulsoria sunt rejicienda. 

GANWDATI 

Ball, A. Caron Neely, Mauritius L. 

Braud, Sidney F. Nicrosi, Gulielmus K.. 

Duggan, Jacobus E. O'Flinn, Joannes E. 

Lavretta, J. Laurentius Toomey, Joannes E. 

Lebeau, Eduardus J. Turregano, Paulus J. 

Mistric, Oscar J. Walsh, P. Gualterus 



76 

Problems 

Prnpoa^b at ttyt Glomprttttue Examination for ttje 
(Solb Mtbnl in ilje g>mmt& 



1. Cells of 1.2 volt and 0.3 ohm's internal resistance 
are to be used for a certain work having a resistance of 1.5 
ohm. What is the most economic way of connecting these 
cells and how many should be used if only a small amperage 
is required? 

2. If the external resistance is 2.5 ohms and the same 
kind of cells are connected 5 in series and 3 in parallel, what 
current do they produce? 

3. A current of 15 amperes is made to pass through a 
resistance of 20 ohms for one hour. Required the heat equiv- 
alent in calories and the number of kilograms of ice that 
could be melted with it. 

4. 100 grams of ice at the melting point are thrown into 
500 grams of water at 34° C. Find the temperature of the 
resulting 600 grams of water. 

5.. A locomotive whistle giving the note F produces the 
effect of F sharp when it is moving towards us. Required the 
speed of the train in meters per second and miles per hour. 

6. From a certain point of observation, the flash of a gun 
is seen, and 2.5 seconds after the flash, the report is heard. 3.6 
seconds after the report, the target falls, and 1.8 seconds later, 
the report of the impact of the bullet is heard. The temper- 
ature of the air being 15° C, and the average velocity of the 
projectile being 425 meters per second, find the distance in 
meters between the three points. 

7. In the commercial preparation of hydrochloric acid 
and sodium carbonate, the initial charge of salt is 1000 lbs. 
How many pounds of sulphuric acid have to be used in the 
reaction if the acid is only 75% pure? How many pounds of 
hydrochloric acid are obtained if the product is only 25% 
pure? 



" \W* 



Stegtsie r of Btnbmta 



V ADAMS, LIONEL J * New Orleans, La*-" 

v/ ADOUE. CLIFFORD A. — V - Houma, La- 

<' ALFORD, VERNON Mobile, Ala<- 

ARNOLD, J. TALBOT Monroe, Ga- 

APARICIO! JULES ^ Guatemala. C. A. 

APARICIO, RICHARD U Guatemala,. C. A!" 

^AZURDIA, MANUEL ^ Guatemala, C. A. 

v/BALL, A. CARON \ New Orleans, La.. 

''v^ALL, E. LEO. „ Alexandria, La.^ 

^"BARKER, WILLIAM E. __ •£. Plaquemine, La.-* 

4 BAUER, JOHN T. Mobile, Ala ..-- 

x/ BAXTER, ROSSEAU S. / Chicago, 111." 

V -BECKER, JOHN T. Brookhaven, Miss." 

^ BECKER, PIERRE J. Brookhaven, Miss. * 

v ^ERTHELOT, JOSEPH A Hohen Solms, La.^ 

"VfeERTHIER, ULYSSES -^— New Orleans. La. X 

^BILBAO, RICHARD M. u Bilbao, Spain 

v^BLACK, CLARENCE L. -V- -New Orleans, La. -- 

/ BI ACKWELL, FELIX GV- Lees Summit, Mo. ^ 

T'.ONNEVAL, de, HENRY ___^1 New Orleans, La. -" 

V T BOUDOUSOUlE, ANGELO A.^__-___Battles Wharf, Ala. - 
V'BOUDOUSOUIE. LOUIS J .jl Battles Wharf, Ala." 

V BRAUD, DAUNIS E. Z Thibodaux, La.^ 

V BRAUD, SIDNEY F. __ Thibodaux, La." 

v BRAUD, WILBUR C. \l Thibodaux, La/" 

- BROOKS, R. MILES ^ New Orleans, La. 

" BROUSSARD, G. RAINER —V Abbeville, La.^ 

V B-ROWN. JOSEPH P. |/1 New Orleans, La. 

-^7-fiUTT, G. GRIMES Columbus, Ga. 

\/BYRNE, PAUL V. _,_ Lake Forest, 111. 

/^BYRNE, THOMAS -/_ Lake Forest j H 

v^CELESTlN, CLAUDE V. P. Thibodaux, Las/ 

V^£HAPPUIS, GUY J. Crowley, La^ 

-VCLERICI, FRANCIS A. Puerto Cortes, Sp. Hond.-^ 



78 

0COFINO, PETER W. Guatemala, C. A./ 

V7COLOMB, ALLAN J. .u/- Donaldsonville, La/ 

V^COSTELLO, CHRISTOPHER H. Mobile, Ala// 

V^OSTELLO, HENRY M. Mobile, Ala/ 

^■CRESPO, EDWARD —Mobile, Ala." 

CROWLEY, HAROLD Jacksonville, Fla./ 

v^CUMMINGS, MAURICE F Yazoo City, Miss.^ 

V^^D'ALBOR, FELIX J. r Patoutville, La."/ 

V^D'AQUIN, HOLLIDAY J. :___New Orleans, La.^ 

v^DELAUNE, ANDREW C. __tZ— Thibodaux, La.^ 

^DELAUNE, IRVING A. Y_ Beaumont, Tex.**' 

DEWEES, LED YARD H. v_ Montgomery, Ala.-* 

y/^DlAZ, M. HUMBERT ^ Tampa, Fla, - 

v^DOBSON, CLARKE R. £_— _— ' Demopolis, Ala. ^ 

V-JDOLSON, BENJAMIN A>_ Galveston, Tex. 

v^DOLSON, JAMES JV- Galveston, Tex.-"" 

vADOLSON, JOHN N/ • Galveston, Tex^ 

V7DOWE, CARROLL J..- -—Montgomery, Ala/"* 

DOWE, FLURRENCE A. Montgomery, Ala. ^ 

' DRAGO, A. CECIL Mobile, Ala.*"* 

V^DRAGO, LEE R. Mobile, Ala. ^ 

DRUHAN, JOHN J Mobile, Ala.^ 

v ' DUBUISSON, GEORGE W. Jf- '_ Opelousas, La.-^ 

/'T)UCOTE, RICHARD J. Z Cottonport, La/ 

DUCOTE, WARREN S. —V- Cottonport, La. " 

DUGGAN, JAMES E Mobile, Ala. ' 

EASTIN, EARL E. St. Martinsville, La./ 

/C^IRMENT, ALARIC P. V— Marksville, La/ 

FITZGERALD, DOUGLAS'S^- Selma, Ala/ 

V vfREDERIC. CARLOS E Scranton, Miss./ 

FREDERIC, HERMES A. __ Scranton; Miss./ 

^FREDERICK, WILLIAM J. : Gulfport, Missy / 

^FlILLER, ROBERT J. Mobile, Ala.V 

vyGARBARINO, JOHN W. Canton, Miss./ 

/yGOMEZ, ARMANDO C. \/l Caibarien. Cuba ' 



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v^GREMILLION, HERBERT C. __/_ Alexandria, La/ 

t GUTIERREZ, AUGUST A. v Bocas del Toro, Panama - 

V^HAHN, ALBERT J. Mobile, Ala/ 

• HALE, THOMAS P. Gulfport, Miss/ 

V/$fARRIGAN, RAYMOND H. Fulton, Ala/ 

^HEBERT, C. S. DUCOTE ±1 New Orleans, La ' 

V^riERBERT, J. ERNEST T Jackson, Miss./ 

^HERNANDEZ, WALTER J. — Z New Orleans, La.^ 

V, 'HOLLAND, CHARLES J. Jt New Orleans, La/ 

/HORKAN, GEORGE A.* Augusta, Ga/ 

t/^TORKAN, THOMAS Augusta, Ga/ 

t^KELLY, HENRY W. Montgomery, Ala/ 

v^EVLIN, EDWARD J.- Orange Walk, Br. Hond/ 

V^CLINGMAN, HENRY A. • Montegut, La/ 

-ZfvORN, JOHN B. |/_ ____Galveston, T 



ex. 



g^LANGE, SIDNEY A. New Orleans, La/' 

V^bAURENTS, ALFRED L. Laurents, La/' 

I^LAVRETTA, J. LAWRENCE Mobile, Ala/ 

/ LAWLESS, CLARENCE T / Garden City, La/ 

u V^e BARON. CHARLES Gulfport, Miss/ 

V^LEBEAU, EDWARD J.. Pensacola, Fla/ 

V^LECHE, KARL P. Donaldsonville, La/' 

tLEFEBVRE, HENRY G. Puerto Cortes, Sp. Hond/ 

•^LOUISELL, CLIFTON M. Mobile, Ala/ 

v^MARTEL, ALCIDE A. Franklin, La. 

<^\IARTEL, J. SULLY Franklin, La. 

MARTIN, CHARLES J. - Plaquemine, La. 

V^TARTIN, FRANCIS M Plaquemine, La/ 

/%LASICH, ANTHONY M. i_ New Orleans, La. 

>^1\IATHEU, CHARLES Guatemala, C. A/ 

V^/MAYER, GEORGE L. Marksville, La. / 

/-McCARTHY, JOHN J. Fairhope, Alar" 

1/^HcHARDY, JAMES J. - New Orleans, La.*" 

CAMcINTYRE, JAMES D. Montgomery, Ala^ 



8o 

V^^MEYER, EDWIN L. '-- Thibodaux, La. 

v-MEYER, FRANCIS A. ___Z___V_ Thibodaux, La/V 

MILLER, WILLIAM A./ Belton, Tex// 

1/^ttSTRIC, OSCAR J _-___j/ ' Leonville, La/ 

MOFFAT, VICTOR C. }£ Key West, Fla/^ 

, MORAN, DENIS S. „_L Indianapolis, Ind/\> 

MOREDA, JOHN ___ / Havana, Cuba ' 

MORERE, FRANCIS C. New Orleans, La/, 

vAWt&RESI, LOUIS R. _lZ_ Jeanerette, La/ 

MOSES, JOSEPH L. -/ Tampa, Fla/r 

MULHERIN, WILLIAM A. /- Augusta, Ga./ 

/MUNOZ, DELFIN J./ Belize, Br. Hondr/ 

MURRAY, JOHN A ■_ Mobile, Ala./, 

i MURRAY, LAWRENCE G. _ Greenville, Ala. 

NEEDHAM, RICHARD J/1 Columbus, Ga. 

/>NEELY, DUGGAN A. Mobile, Ala/ / 

NEELY, MAURICE L. Mobile, Ala. 

• NEWCOMB, ARTHUR J. Jacksonville, Fla. 

1/-NEWSHAM, EDWARD L. St. Francisville, La. 

NEWSHAM, JOSEPH P. St. Francisville, La. 

7KICROSL WILLIAM K. y Montgomery, Ala. 

v/- O'FLINN, JOHN E. Meridian, Miss//, 

O'NEIL, EDWARD L ____Vicksburg, Miss, 

ORSI, FRANCIS A. Canton, Miss. 

PARDUE, SHERMAN P New Orleans, La. 

VVPATOUT, PHILIP P. — Baldwin, La. 

PATTERSON, HENRY S. V- - Ft. Mitchell, Ala: 

V' PATY, CLARENCE L. New Orleans, La. \ 

■ SEARCH, CHARLES Mobile, Ala/ 

-PERTUIT, GEORGE St. James, La. 

V^PLAUCHE, CHARLES H. Marksville, La. 

-V.PLAUCHE, LEE A. Marksville, La. 

/VPONCE, LEOPOLD Merida, Mex. 

V/POTTER, THOMAS Y. Mobile, Ala. 

PREVOST, HENRY J. New Orleans, La. 



8i 

•VT?RICE, JEROME 5 Gadsden, Ala, 

/ PROHASKA, FRANCIS L. Morgan City, La. 

^RAY, J. MARVIN ^Z Macon, Ga. 

/ REGIL, de, ALVARO Merida, Mex. 

I^RIFFEL. STEPHEN V. New Orleans, La. 

V^IVES, JOHN B. • Macon, Miss. 

V^ROCA, MANUEL U Merida, 'Mex. 

\/j£OCHE, JOHN B.^Z Jacksonville, Fla. 

SCHIMPF, FRANCIS W. Mobile, Ala. 

I^7SCHIMPF, TILLMAN K. Mobile, Ala. 

l^CHOEN, PHILIP J. New Orleans, La. 

v/^SCHUESSLER, PAUL S Baton Rouge, La. 

-Sexton, Joseph p. _* Chicago, in. 

V^SHERBURNE. BRUSLE A. Plaquemine, La. 

^SHEEHAN, ALOYSIUS A. u^ Augusta, Ga. 

V^SIGUERE, ALBERT E. Guatemala, C. A. 

\/SIGUERE, CHARLES J. "_■ Guatemala, C. A. 

/SKINNER, STANFORD J. Skinner, Miss. 

VSMITH, FRANCIS L. - New Orleans, La. 

1/vSTEWART, HENRY E. Mobile, Ala. 

/STEWART, RAYMOND A.K.__1 Galveston, Tex. 

VSUDERMAN, ADOLPH D. _<_ Galveston, Tex. 

SUDERMAN, CHARLES W. Galveston, Tex. 

/- TARLETON, FRANCIS S. _ Jeanerette, La. 

y-T-HEARD, PAUL E. New Orleans, La. 

V^TO'OMEY, JOHN E Mobile, Ala. 

V TOUART, CLARENCE N. Summerville, Ala. 

TRIGO, FRANCIS Badajos, Spain 

V^-TROLIO, JOHN Canton, Miss. 

YMTURREGANO, PAUL J. Alexandria, La. 

VACCARO, JOHN Memphrs, Tenn. 

(/'•VAN HEUVEL, JAMES M Mobile, Ala. 

}/ VAN HEUVEL, JOHN W. Mobile, Ala. 

•" VASQUEZ, A. FRANCIS \/- Corozal, Br. Hond. 

* WAGNER, HUNTER O. Mobile, Ala. 



w. 

( W 



82 

WALSH, JAMES T 1 New Orleans, La. 

ALSH, P. WALTER Mobile, Ala. 

WASSOM, BRUNER E. - New Orleans, La. 

v^WEATHERLY, WALLACE W. Gulfport, Miss. 

-vOWEBRE, EDMUND E. 1 Thibodaux, La. 

. WILLIAMSON, CLAUDE Ejkl ____Atlanta, Ga. 

U-VWILSON, JAMES A. Mobile, Ala. 

v WOHNER, CLARENCE K Canton, Miss. 

/WOHNER, MICHAEL M Canton, Miss. 

VWOULFE, MAURICE R New Orleans, La. 






v ZIEGLER, ALFRED M. 1 New Orleans, La. 



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gHass Jloll, 190 9 f 1910 



m . 



C^EfalJ, A. Garon 

l^Braud, Sidney F. 
^-^-Duggan, James E. 
v^Lavretta, J. Lawrence 
VLebeau, Edward J. 
yjmistric, Oscar J. 



SENIOR 

^Neely, Maurice L. 
v^icrosi, William K. 

O'Flinn, John E. 

Toomey, John E. 

''iWregano, Paul J. 
v-^Walsh, P. Walter 



i^Bau 



►auer, John T. 
yKelly, Henry W. 
v/C-eche, Karl P. 
v^McHardy, James J. 



JUNIOR 

"^^Pardue, Sherman P. 
Patout, Philip P. 
wfWiche, Charles H. 
l^Tffel, Stephen V. 



SOPHOMORE 



n 



UBecker, John T. 
x/Efrooks, R. Miles 
uD'Aquin, Holliday J 
UBiaz, M. Humbert 
^Dolson, Benjamin A 



--Touart, Clarence N 
FRESHMAN 



v-Ducote, Warren S. 
VFrederic, Hermes A. 

^Mayer, George L. 
Vftleyer, Francis A. 

-O'Neil, Edward L. 



1 s 



Barker. William E. 
t-'Becker, Pierre J. 
uBraud, Daunis E. 
tBraud, Wilbur C. 
^Dolson, James J. 
MDruhan, John J. 



Miller, William A. 
- Plauche, Lee A. 
"LPrOhaska, Francis L. 
|^<iy€s, John B. 
v^mith, Francis L. 
VTarleton, Francis S. 



vV( r oulfe, Maurice R. 



84 



FIRST ACADEMIC 



></ 



.Adams, Lionel J. t 
• Berthelot, Joseph A. 
/Broussard, G. Rainer 
/^6rown, Joseph P. 
^Ceiestin, Claude V. P. 
pCplomb, Allan J. 
/Dubuisson, George W. 
v/Ducote, Richard J. 



-Hprkan, George A. 
^tffasich, Anthony M. 

Needham, Richard J. 

.Newcomb, Arthur J. 
^Potter, Thomas Y. 

Schoen, Philip J. 

'Suderman, Charles W. 
WZiegler, Alfred M. 



SECOND ACADEMIC 



y< 



Alford, Vernon 
l^rnold, J. Talbot 

Dewees, Ledyard H. 

Dolson, John N. 
\_yFrederich, William J. 
/.Hebert, C. S. Ducote 
(^terbert, J. Ernest 

McCarthy, John J. 

Morere, Francis C. 
I Moses, Joseph L. 

-Williamson, 



u<Regil, de, Alvaro 
.Roca, Manuel 
..Roche, John B. 
Siguere, Albert E. 
Siguere, Charles G. 
Suderman, Adolph D. 
tTheard, Paul E. 
Van Heuvel, John W. 
^Wagner, Hunter O. 
vWalsh, James P. 
Claude E. 



THIRD ACADEMIC 



)i 



Baxter, Rosseau S. 
{/Bonneval, de, Henry 
\JBoudousquie, Louis J. 

l<Horkan, Thomas 

Lange, Sidney A. 

Martin, Charles J. 



Newsham, Edward L. 

Ponce, Leopold 
vSchuessler, Paul S. 
'^Sexton, Joseph P. 

Sherburne, Brusle A. 
IxVan Heuvel, James M. 



SUPERIOR 



Byrne, Thomas 
• Costello, Christopher H. 



i^lin, Albert J. 
^Kevlin, Edward J. 



^6ostello, Henry M. 
^Dowe, Carroll J. 
-"foment, Alaric G. 
t^Yederic, Carlos E. 



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VMoreda, John 
vM.oresi, Louis R. 
\ ; Neely, Duggan A. 
^Stewart, Raymond A. 



INTERMEDIATE 



^Ball, E. Leo 
i/Berthier, Ulysses 
vEflack, Clarence L. 
vByrne, Paul V. 
t^Dowe, Flurrence A. 
t/Drago, Lee R. 
i^Gremillion, Herbert C. 



^Hale, Thomas P. 

"Martel, Alcide A. 

Mclntyre, James D. 
i/Moran, Denis S. 

Schimpf, Tillman K. 
vTrolio, John 

,.Wohner, Clarence K. 



FIRST ENGLISH 



/ 7/ 



t/Chappuis, Guy J. 
^Cummings, Maurice F. 
^Belaune, Andrew C. 
^Ejastin, Earl E. 
Holland, Charles J. 
f^Laurents, Alfred L. 
^Cawless, Clarence T. 
Cartel, J. Sully 



L>foffat, Victor C. 
^Murray, John A. 

Newsham, Joseph P. 
-Patterson, Henry S. 
v^Paty, Clarence L. 
'--Pertuit, George 
/ Prevost, Henry J. 

"Vasquez, A. Francis 



Webre, Edmund E. 



\z 



</ Adoue, Clifford A. 

t~Blackwell, Felix G. 

c^utt, G. Grimes 
^Cofino, Peter W. 
^Crowley, Harold 

^5'Albor, Felix J. 

(JDelaune, Irving A. 

K)obson, Clarke R. 

l^Drago, A. Cecil 



SECOND ENGLISH 

j^Marrigan, Raymond H. 
tiUingman, Henry- A. 
^ Le Baron, Charles 
\_Martin, Francis M. 
^Meyer, Edwin L. 
^Jtfulherin, William A. 
VKjunoz, Delfin J. 
tX^rsi, Francis A. 
U^rice, Jerome 



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Fitzgerald, Douglas E. 


Sheehan, Aloysius A. 
Votewart, Harry E. 


Fuller, Robert J. 


"Ujarbarino, John W. 


^accaro, John 


^ Gutierrez, August A. 


Weatherly, Wallace W 


/Wohner, Michael M 


[. 



v 



Aparicio, Jules 

U^-paricio, Richard 

lAzurdia, Manuel 

vBilbao, Richard M. 

><Boudousquie, Angelo A. 

ti^Ierici, Francis A. 
Crespo, Edward 
Gomez, Armando C. 



THIRD ENGLISH 

Fernandez, Walter J. 
/JCorn, John B. 



^,]U5uisell, Clifton M. 
[Matheu, Charles 

Murray, Lawrence G. 
v-8chjmpf, Francis W. 

Skinner, Stanford J. 
\jVilson, James A. 



PREPARATORY 



\£*\1 



*Lefebvre, Henry G. 
Pearce, Charles 



I Ray, J. Marvin 
VTrigo, Francis 



\\^assom, Bruner E. 



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A. JH. S. <g, 



SODALITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY 

The object of this Society is to cultivate among- its mem- 
bers a religious spirit and the practice of devotion to the 
Mother of God. 

OFFICERS 

Rev. John P. McDonnell, S. J. Director 

S. F. Braud Prefect 

C. E. Frederic First Assistant 

P. W. Walsh Second Assistant 

W. K. Nicrosi Secretary 

P. J. Turregano ) 

A. C. Ball ■ I n i 

T T y Lonsultors 

J. L. Lavretta 

J. E. Toomey J 

O. J. Mistric \ 

J. F. O'Flinn V Sacristans 

D. A. Neely J 

B. A. Dolson Organist 

E. J. Lebeau Reader 

MEMBERS 

L. J. Adams R. L. Drago J. A. Murray 

J. T. Bauer W. S. Ducote M. L. Neely 

J. T. Becker A. P. Firment E. L. O'Neil 

C. L. Black H. A. Frederic P. P. Patout 

W. C. Braud E. J. Kevlin C. H. Plauche 

R. M. Brooks H. A. Klingman L. A. Plauche 

H. M. Costello A. L. Laurents H. J. Prevost 

J. H. D'Aquin K. P. Leche F. L. Prohaska 

A. C. Delaune J. J. McHardy R. A. Stewart 

M. H. Diaz W. A. Mulherin M. R. Woulfe 

J. J. Dolson D. J. Munoz 



88 

This Society has for its object to foster among the 
younger students a spirit of filial love for the Blessed Virgin, 
the Queen of Angels, and to encourage them in the practice 
of virtue and piety. 

OFFICERS 

Rev. A. A. Doherty, S. J. Director 

F. A. Meyer Prefect 

G. L. Mayer 1st Assistant 

E. L. Meyer 2nd Assistant 

T. P. Hale Secretary 

C. J. Holland ) „ . 

t a f> xi t j. r Sacristans 

J. A. Berthelot j 

MEMBERS 



C. V. P. Celestin J. J. McCarthy F. L. Smith 



F. A. Dowe 
J. E. Herbert 
H. W. Kelly 
A. M. Masich 



J. D. Mclntyre C. N. Touart 



R. J. Needham 
J. P.Newsham 
T. Y. Potter 
J. B. Rives 



J. P. Walsh 
E. E. Webre 
A. M. Ziegler 



CANDIDATES 



A. A. Boudousquie C. S. D. Hebert 
E. J. Boudousquie G. A. Horkan 
R. J. Ducote J. S. Martel 

J. L. Moses 



A. J. Newcomb 
F. A. Orsi 
A. de Regil 



8 9 
Tbx ^pnstlBslrip xrf fxnvtx 



in union with 



THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS 



This Association aims at training its members in the 
practice of prayer and other good works, by seeking in them 
the interests of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, viz : "The glory 
of God and the salvation of souls." 

Rev. P. J. McDonnell, S. J. Director 

PROMOTERS 



First Division 



Second Division 



S. F. Braud (Chief) 

J. T. Bauer 

M. H. Diaz 

J. E. Toomey 

K. P. Leche 

E. J. Kevlin 

P. P. Patout 

C. K. Wohner 



F. A. Meyer (Chief) 

G. L. Mayer 
W. E. Barker 
C. J. Holland 
T. P. Hale 

A. J. Colomb 

E. L. Meyer 

F. A. Dowe 
C. N. Tonart 



90 
^Itar trigs' frssatiutixm 



This Society is established to add solemnity to Divine 
Worship and to cherish in the hearts of its members devotion 
•to the Blessed Sacrament. 

OFFICERS 

Mr. J. B. Bassich, S. J. Director 

T. P. Hale President 

C. N. Touart Secretary 

C. J. Holland Censor. 

MEMBERS 



W. E. Barker 

L. J. Botidousqtiie 

D. E. Braud 

C. V. P. Celestin 

j. N. Dolson 

F. A. Dowe 

G. W. Dubuisson 
J. E. Herbert 

J. S. Martel 



G. L. Mayer 

J. J. McCarthy 

F. A. Meyer 

R. J. Needham 

T. Y. Potter 

J. B. Rives 

P. S. Schuessler 

J. M. Van Heuvel 

J. W. Van Heuvel 



J. P. Walsh 



9i 
Lifcerarg Societies 



The object of these Societies is the cultivation of elo- 
quence bv means of debates, dramatic readings and declama- 
tions. 

FIRST DIVISION 

OFFICERS 

Rev. E. I. Fazakerley, S. J. Moderator 

W. K. Nicrosi President 

J. T. Becker Secretary 

T. E. O'Flinn Censor 



MEMBERS 

A. C. Ball B. A. Dolson A. A. Martel 

J. T. Bauer C. J. Dowe E. L. O'Neil 

C. L. Black T. E. Du^an J. E. Toomev 

S. F. Braud A. J. Hahn P. J. Turregano 

H. T- D'Aquin J. t. Lavretta P. W. Walsh 

M. H. Diaz E. J. Lebeau 

SECOND DIVISION 

OFFICERS 

Rev. P. A. Mullens, S. J. --Moderator 

T. P. Hale President 

G. L. Mayer Secretary 

H. W. Kelly Censor 

MEMBERS 

D. E. Braud ]. D. Mclntyre ]. B. Rives - 

A. J. Colomb F. A. Meyer F. L. Smith 

F. A. Dowe T. P. Newsham C. N. Tonart 

C. T. Holland F. A. Orsi E. E. Webre 

J. S. Martel T. Y. Potter 



92 

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By 

The Students of Spring Hill College 

Subscription, $1.00 — Single Copies, 25 Cents 
Advertising Rates on Application 

All remittances, literary contributions and business letters, 
should be addressed 
THE SPRINGHILLIAN, SPRING HILL COLLEGE, 
SPRING HILL, MOBILE CO., ALA. 

STAFF 

Mr. F. D. Sullivan, S. J. Director 

A. C. Ball Editor-in-Chief 

ASSOCIATE EDITORS 

P. W. Walsh Societies 

P. J. Turregano Exchanges 

W. K. Nicrosi Athletics 

D. S. Moran ) n 

J. J. Becker } College N ° teS 

H. W. Kelly Second Division Athletics 

J. P. Newsham Second Division Notes 

BUSINESS MANAGERS 
J. E. Duggan C. H. Costello 



93 
TlriTtairinrmir S0cieltes 



The object of these Societies is to add solemnity to reli- 
gious and literary festivals, and to give the members an oppor- 
tunity of improving themselves in the practice of instrumental 
music. 

FIRST DIVISION BRASS BAND 

OFFICERS 

Mr. J. A. Higgins, S. J. President 

Prof. A. J. Staub, Mus. D. Director 

J. L. Lavretta Vice-President 

B. A. Dolson Sec. and Treas. 

D. A. Neelev Librarian 



L. J. Adams 
J. T. Becker 
C. L. Black 
H. M. Diaz 
J. J. Dolson 



MEMBERS 

C. E. Frederic 
A. J. Hahn 
E. J. Eebeau 
K. P. Leche 
A. A. Martel 



D. S. Moran 
S. P. Pardue 
T. E. Toomev 
J. Trolio 



SECOND DIVISION BRASS BAND 



OFFICERS 

Mr. J. B. Bassich, S. J. President 

Prof. A. J. Suffich, Mus. B. Director 

C. N. Touart Vice-President 

D. E. Brand Secretary 

F. A. Meyer Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

C. V. Celestin C. J. Holland F. C. Morere* 

J. N. Dolson F. M. Martin T. Y. Potter 

F. A. Dowe G. L. Mayer B. A. Sherburne 

E. T. Herbert E. L. Meyer J. M. Van Heuvel 



94 
Ctaltege QTJqrir 



OFFICERS 

Mr. J. A. Higgins, S. J. Director 

Prof. A. J. Staub, Mus. D. Organist 

B. A. Dolson Assistant Organist 



FIRST DIVISION 



L. J. Adams 




B. A. Dolson 


A. C. Ball 




C. J. Dowe 


L. E. Ball 




J. E. Duggan 


J. T. Becker 




C. E. Frederic 


C. L. Black 




J. L. Lavretta 


S. F. Braud 




K. P. Leche 


W. C. Braud 




D. S. Moran 


P. W. Cofino 




J. E. O'Flinn 


C. H. Costello 




S. P. Pardue 


H. M. Costello 




C. L. Paty 


H. J. D'Aquin 




H. J. Prevost 


M. H. Diaz 


C. E. Williamson 


J. E. Toomey 




SECOND DIVISION 


H. de Bonneval 




R. J. Needham 


D. E. Braud 




F. A. Orsi 


C. V. Celestin 




C. Pearce 


J. E. Herbert 




A. de Regil 


G. A. Horkan 




P. S. Schuessler 


T. Horkan 




B. A. Sherburne 


C. J. Holland 




F. L. Smith 


H. W. Kelly 


v 


C. N. Touart 


C. J. Martin 




J. W. Van Heuvel 


G. L. Mayer 




H. O. Wagner 


J. J. McCarthy 




J. P. Walsh 


F. A. Meyer 




B. E. Wassom 


L. G. Murray 


A. M. Ziegler 


W. W. Weatherly 



95 
(KnllBgE ©rthBStra 

OFFICERS 

Rev. C. Ruhlmann, S. J. 
Prof. A. J. Staub, Mus. D. Prof. A. J. Suffich, Mus. B. 

MEMBERS 



K. P. Leche ) E. L. Meyer ) 

D. E. Brand \ FluteS C. V. Celestin f Clarinets 

F. A. Meyer ) 

\ \ u x i Cornets 

A. A. Martel j 

J. E. Toomey M. R. Woulfe ) T „. «. 

T T) T^ T T A 1 > " I V lOlmS 

L. R. Drago L. J. Adams j 

F. M. Martin \ 

J. N. Dolson G. J. Chappuis I II Violins 

J. E. Herbert C. Pearce J 

Rev. C. Ruhlmann, S. J. Bass 

Air. J. P>. Bassich, S. J. Cello 

B. A. Dolson | 

r> t^t-duct > French Horns 

Rev. E. J. Baehr, S. J. j 

C. N. Touart Trombone 

Prof. A. J. Suffich, Mus. B. Saxophone 






96 
Catling m#mn ^ssoxiatirms 



These Associations are intended to encourage useful read- 
ing among the students. During the hours of recreation, they 
may have access to libraries of more than two thousand vol- 
umes on various subjects by the best ancient and modern 

writers. 

FIRST DIVISION LIBRARY 

OFFICERS 

Mr. T. S. King, S. J. Director 

S. F. Braud President 

H. M. Costello Vice-President 

J. J. Becker Treasurer 

SECOND DIVISION LIBRARY 

OFFICERS 

Mr. T. A. Cronin, S. J. Director 

F. A. Meyer President 

C. N. Touart Vice-President 

C. T. Lawless Treasurer 

J. S. Martel ) T . u . 

r. n n . I ■ Librarians 

J. B. Rives [ 



97 
Milliard ^ttrmn ^ssoxiaticnts 

FIRST DIVISION 

OFFICERS 

Mr. T. S. King, S. J. Director 

J. L. Lavretta President 

S. P. Pardue Vice-President 

J. J. Becker Censor 

SECOND DIVISION 

OFFICERS 

Mr. T. A. Cronin, S. J. Director 

T. P. Hale President 

W. E. Barker Vice-President 

V. C. Moffat Censor 

FIRST DIVISION 

OFFICERS 

Mr. T. S. King, S. J. Director 

P. J. Turregano President 

P. W. Walsh Treasurer 

SECOND DIVISION 

OFFICERS 

Mr. T. A. Cronin, S. J. Director 

R. J. Needham President 

E. E. Webre Vice-President 

D. E. Brand Treasurer 



98 

Stall nf Ifnnnr 



The following students were distinguished during the 
year for good conduct and application to study. 

(The Highest Number of Marks Attainable is 100) 
FIRST DIVISION 

BAUER, JOHN T. 100 

BECKER, PIERRE J. 100 

BRAUD, SIDNEY F. 100 

BRAUD, WILBUR C. 100 

DELAUNE, ANDREW C. 100 

DIAZ, M. HUMBERT 100 

DRUHAN, JOHN J. 100 

LAVRETTA, J. LAWRENCE 100 

MARTEL, ALCIDE A. 100 

McHARDY, JAMES J. 100 

MURRAY, JOHN A. 100 

O'FLINN, JOHN E 100 

PATOUT, PHILIP P. 100 

PERTUIT, GEORGE 100 

PLAUCHE, CHARLES H. 100 

BECKER, JOHN T. 99 

LAURENTS, ALFRED L. 99 

LECHE, KARL P. 99 

PATY, CLARENCE L. 99 

PREVOST, HENRY J. 99 

PROHASKA. FRANCIS L. 99 

RIFFEL, STEPHEN V. 99 

BALL, A. CARON 98 

DOLSON, BENJAMIN A. 98 

FREDERIC, CARLOS E. 98 

HAHN, ALBERT J, 98 



99 

LEBEAU, EDWARD J. 98 

NICROSI, WILLIAM K. 98 

COSTELLO, HENRY M 97 

DUCOTE, WARREN S. 97 

PARDUE, SHERMAN P. 97 

SIGUERE, CHARLES G. 97 

WALSH, P. WALTER 97 

COSTELLO, CHRISTOPHER H. 96 

TOOMEY, JOHN E. 96 

WOHNER, CLARENCE K. 96 

KEVLIN, EDWARD J. 95 

SCHIMPF, TILLMAN K. 95 

MISTRIC, OSCAR J. 94 

FIRMENT, ALARIC P. 93 

D'AOUIN, HOLLIDAY J. 92 

MORESI, LOUIS R. 91 

NEELY, MAURICE L 91 

STEWART, RAYMOND A. 91 

DELAUNE, IRVING A. SS, 

TURREGANO. PAUL J. S7 

GR'EMILLION, HERBERT C 85 

ADAMS. LIONEL L 81 

KLTNGMAN, HENRY A. 81 

SECOND DIVISION 

BERTHIER. ULYSSES .___. 100 

BRAUD, DAUNIS E. 100 

BROUSSARD, G. RATNER 100 

CELESTIN, CLAUDE V. P. ___. 100 

DRAGO. A. CECIL 100 

HALE. THOMAS P. 100 

HERBERT. J. ERNEST __ 100. 

MAYER, GEORGE L. __ 100 

McCarthy, john j. . too 

MEYER, FRANCIS A. 100 

NEFDHAM. RICHARD J. 100 

NFWSHAM. JOSEPH P. 100 

REGIL. DE, ALVARO 100 



IOO 

WEATHERLY, WALLACE W. 100 

HOLLAND, CHARLES J 99 

PATTERSON, HENRY S. 99 

TOUART, CLARENCE N. 99 

KELLY, HENRY W. 98 

MOFFAT, VICTOR C 98 

MURRAY, LAWRENCE G 98 

SIGUERE, ALBERT E. 98 

WEBRE, EDMUND E. 98 

BERTHELOT, JOSEPH A. 97 

BOUDOUSQUIE, LOUIS J. 97 

CHAPPUIS, GUY J. 97 

MARTEL, J. SULLY 96 

BOUDOUSQUIE, ANGELO A. 94 

DOWE, FLURRENCE A. 94 

NEWCOMB, ARTHUR J. 94 

DOLSON, JOHN N. 93 

McINTYRE, JAMES D. 93 

PEARCE, CHARLES 93 

SCHUESSLER, PAUL S. 93 

BILBAO, RICHARD M. 92 

LAWLESS, CLARENCE T. 92 

RIVES, JOHN B. 92 

WALSH, JAMES P. 92 

GOMEZ, ARMANDO C. 91 

KORN, JOHN B. 91 

ORSI, FRANCIS A 91 

SCHIMPF, FRANCIS W. 90 

FREDERICH, WILLIAM J. 89 

TRIGO, FRANCIS — 89 

LEFEBVRE, HENRY G S7 

BARKER, WILLIAM E. 86 

WAGNER, HUNTER O. 86 

HORKAN, GEORGE A. 84 

MEYER, EDWIN L. 84 

MORERE, FRANCIS C. 84 

HEBERT, C. S. DUCOTE 83 

HORKAN, THOMAS 82 

.ALFORD, VERNON 81 



101 



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nf 



Spring If ill Qlollrg? 

T\}nvsiu^ f %vLxit U5 t 1910 

&t 9:30 &. TO. 

kgrtc Thratre 
TOalrite, &Is. 



102 



jL roora/n 



Overture — " Poet and Peasant"-. Suppe 

College Orchestra 

Salutatory James E. Duggan, A . B. 

Quartetter — " The Jolly Blacksmith" -- Geihel 

College Glee Club 

Recitation — "Bernardo del Carpio" Mrs. Hemans, 

Lionel J. Adams, '14 

Instrumental Quartette — "Song Without Words" Lincfye 

Flute— K. P. Leche 

Clarinets — C. V. P. Celestin, D. £. Braud 
E. L. Meyer, J. M. Van Heuvel 
Saxophone — 'Prof. A. J. Suffich 
Piano— Prof. A. J. Stauh 

Discourse — "True Idea of Education" 

Hon. Frank McQloin, LL. D., K. St. C. 

Solo — "The Likeness of My Mother" Andre 

J. Lawrence Lavretta, A. B. 

Recitation — "The Revenge of Hamish" Sidney Lanier 

Benjamin A. Dolson, '12 

Polonaise Springhillienne Staub 

College Orchestra 

Address to the Graduates Tfr "Rev. gdward <P. Jlllen, T>. T). 

Chorus — "Springhill" Staub 

College Qlee Club 

Valedictory Sidney F. Braud, A . B. 

Waltz — "Love's Fancies" Lincke 

College Orchestra 

Conferring of Degrees, A ward of Medals 'Very T^ev. President 

^Medley — "Plantation Songs" {Boettger 

College Orchestra 



loj 



\ THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF LAWS 

WAS CONFERRED UPON 



^FION. FRANK McGLOIN 

. Knight of St. Gregory 



104 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 



WAS CONFERRED UPON 

1 SIDNEY F. BRAUD \/ 
kJAMES E. DUGGAN V 
P. WALTER WALSH / 
EDWARD J. LEBEAU / 
V -MAURICE E. NEELY V 
JOHN E. TOOMEY 
LWILLIAM K. NICROSI ^ 
^fSCAR J. MISTRIC s/ 
(.JOHN E. O'FLINN V 
J. LAWRENCE LAVRETTAy 
^ l/A. CARON BALL V 
u £PAUL J. TURREGANO ^ 



y 



/ 



THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE CLASS 
WERE WON BY 

SIDNEY F. BRAUD 



io5 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



WAS CONFERRED UPON 



*< Albert j. hahn v 

S ££OUIS R. MORESlV 

/jGARROLL J. DOWE V 
^ EDWARD J. KEVLIN r/ 

CHRISTOPHER H. COSTELLOV 
l/ /^rfiOMAS BYRNE ^ 

^fENRY M. COSTELLO V 

k Raymond a. stewart- 
carlos e. frederic-^ 
alaric g. eirment^ 
^duggan a. neely^ 



THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE CLASS 
WERE WON BY 

ALBERT J. HAHN 



io6 



PROGRAM 

Elocution Contest, May 29th, 1910 



FIRST SECTION 



Polonaise Springhillienne Staub 

College Orchestra 
Gunga Din B. Kipling 

M Humbert Diaz 

The Revenge of Hamish S. Lanier 

Benjamin A. Dolson 
Deatn of the Old Year Tennyson 

Alcide A. Martel 
The Battle Cry G. H. Boher 

John E. O'Flinn 

SECOND SECTION 

Song Without Words Lincke 

Flute— K. P. Leche 

Clarinets— C. V. P. Celestin, D. E. Rraud 
E. L.. Meyer, J. M. Van Heuvel 
Saxophone— Prof. A. J. Suffich 
Piano— Prof. A. J. Staub 

Bernardo del Carpio Mrs. Hemans 

Lionel J- Adams 

David's Lament N. P. Willis 

Wilbur C Braud 

The Polish Boy Ann S. Stephens 

John J. McCarthy 

Catiline's Defiance ..G. Crowley 

Victor C. Moffat 

The Combat : Scott 

Francis L. Smith 

Wolsey's Soliloquy Shakespeare 

Maurice R. Woulfe 

Speech of C assi us _ Shakespeare 

Alfred M. Zegler 

Medley— Southern Melodies Boettger 

College Orche>tra 



j u DG ES 



Mr. George J. Sullivan 
Mr. Matthias M. Mahorner Mr. Tisdale J. Touart 

Mr. William O. Cowley Dr. Edward B. Dreaper 



107 



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THE BISHOPS MEMORIAL MEDAL 

FOUNDED 
BY THE LATE 

RT. REV. BISHOP O'SULLIVAN, D. D. 

FOR 

Excellence in Christian Doctrine 

AND 

Ecclesiastical History 

WAS MERITED BY 

Sames ]♦ yiftdbardy 

NEXT IN MERIT 
THOMAS P. HALE GEORGE L. MAYER 

Matter for Examination 

1. St. Mark's Gospel. 

2. A Brief History of the Church. 

3. De Harbe's Catechism : Part I — On Faith. 



io8 



The Gold Medal 



FOR THE 



Best Examination in Catechism 



Was merited by 



John J. McCarthy 



NEXT IN MERIT 



JOSEPH P. NEWSHAM ALFRED L. LAURENTS 

LAWRENCE G. MURRAY 



Subject Matter 

The Entire Catechism of the Council of Baltimore 

DONOR 
REV. THOMAS D. MADDEN, S. J. 

Macon, Ga. 



109 

The Gold Medal 

FOR 

Good Conduct 

IN THE FIRST DIVISION 
WAS MERITED BY 

1knry /TO- Costello 

DONOR 

DR. ANGELO FESTORAZZI 
Mobile, Ala. 

PREMIUM 

JOHN T. BAUER 

DISTINGUISHED 

SIDNEY F. BRAUD CHRISTOPHER H. COSTELLO 

PHILIP P. PATOUT J. LAWRENCE LAVRETTA 

JOHN J. DRUHAN JOHN E. O'FLINN 

PIERRE J. BECKER KARL P. LECHE 

WILLIAM K. NICROSI ALCIDE A. MARTEL 

N. B. — The Gold Medals for Good Conduct have been 
awarded by the votes of the students with the approbation of 
the Faculty. 



I IO 

The Gold Medal 

FOR 

Good Conduct 

IN THE SECOND DIVISION 
WAS MERITED BY 

ftbomas ]p. 1hale 

DONOR 

REV.. DANIEL J. MURPHY, S. J. 
Mobile, Ala. 

PREMIUM 
GEORGE L. MAYER 

DISTINGUISHED 
FRANCIS A. MEYER EDMUND E. WEBRE 

john j. McCarthy richard j. needham 

J. ERNEST HERBERT HENRY W. KELLY 
JOSEPH P. NEWSHAM CLARENCE N. TOUART 
CHARLES T- HOLLAND FLURRENCE A. DOWE 



1 1 



The Gold Medal 

FOR THE 

Best Composition 

IN 

Mental Philosophy 

WAS MERITED BY 

3ame$ £♦ Duggan 



DISTINGUISHED 

SIDNEY F. BRAUD P. WALTER WALSH 

Subject: The Immortality of the Soul 



DONOR 



REV. JOHN J. SHERRY, S. J. 



Augusta, Ga, 



T 12 



The Gold Medal 



FOR THE 



Best English Composition 



WAS MERITED BY 



]pau! J. Gurreaano 



NEXT IN MERIT 



JOSEPH P. NEWSHAM JOHN T. BECKER 
FRANCIS L. PROHASKA FLURRENCE A. DOWE 
JAMES E. DUGGAN THOMAS P. HALE 

ARTHUR J. NEWCOMB 



DONOR 

VERY REV. C. T. O'CALLAGHAN, D. D., V. G. 
Mobile, Ala. 



II? 



The Gold Medal 



FOR THE 



Best Latin Composition 



WAS MERITED BY 



ilnljtt 3L Sauer 



NEXT TN MERIT 



KARL P. LECHE FRANCIS L. PROHASKA 

HENRY W. KELLY JOHN B. RIVES 

SIDNEY F. BRAUD 



DONOR 



REV. D. SAVAGE. D. D. 
Montgomery, Ala. 



ii4 



The Gold Medal 



FOR THE 



Best Greek Composition 



WAS MERITED BY 



John Z. tSauer 



DONOR 

DR. T. A. DUGGAN 

New Orleans, La. 



»«5 

The Gold Medal 



FOR THE BEST EXAMINATION IN 



The Physical Sciences 



WAS MERITED BY 



Sidney JF* IBraud 



NEXT IN MERIT 



LOUIS R. MORESI EDWARD J. KEVLIN 

ALBERT J. HAHN 



DONOR 



MAJOR PATRICK C. HANNAN 
Mobile, Ala. 



u6 



The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Excellence in Mathematics 



(FIRST GRADE— ALGEBRA) 



WAS MERITED BY 



John 1B. Halves 



NEXT IN MERIT 

PIERRE J. BECKER WILLIAM E. BARKER 

SIDNEY F. BRAUD CARROLL J. DOWE 

JOHN T. BAUER DAUNIS E. BRAUD 



DONOR 

MR. J. GOLDSTEIN 
Mobile, Ala. 



U7 



The Gold Medal 



FOR 

Excellence in Mathematics 

(SECOND GRADE— APITHMETIC) ' 
WAS MERITED BY 

John (E. Becker 

NEXT IN MERIT 

PETER W. COFINO ARTHUR J. NEWCOMB 

WILLIAM A. MULHERIN JOSEPH A. BERTHELOT 
FRANCIS A. MEYER 

DONOR 

MR. MARTIN VAN HEUVEL 
Mobile, Ala. 



1 1 



8 



The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Excellence in Elocution 



(FIRST SECTION) 



WAS MERITED BY 



tSenjamfo 3U Dolson 



NEXT IN MERIT 

M. HUMBERT DIAZ JOHN E. O'FLINN 

DONOR 

MR. JULIUS L. MARX 
Demopolis, Ala. 



"9 



The Gold Medal 



FOR J 

Excellence in Elocution 

(SECOND SECTION) 
WAS MERITED BY 

Eionel ])♦ imams 

NEXT IN MERIT 

MAURICE R. WOULFE FRANCIS L. SMITH 

WILBUR C. BRAUD 

DONOR 

MR. SIDNEY LOWENSTEIN 
Mobile, Ala. 



120 



The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Excellence in History 



WAS MERITED BY 



Undrew C. Delaune 



NEXT IN MERIT 



WILLIAM A. MULHERIN 



Matter for Examination 



United States History — From the Beginning to Washington's. 

Administration 



DONOR 

DR. E. B. DREAPER 
Mobile, Ala. 



121 



The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Penmanship 



WAS MERITED BY 



Manuel Bzurdia 



NEXT IN MERIT 

ARMANDO C. GOMEZ PAUL S. SCHUESSLER 

CHARLES MATHEU JOHN W. VAN HEUVEL 

RICHARD APARICIO LAWRENCE G. MURRAY 

CHARLES G. SIGUERE WALTER J. HERNANDEZ 

J. ERNEST HERBERT JOSEPH L. MOSES 

FRANCIS TRIGO ALBERT E. SIGUERE 
ROSSEAU S. BAXTER 



(This competition is limited to the lower classes, viz., 
Second and Third Academic, Second and Third English and 
Preparatory.) 

DONOR 

REV. JOHN W. DUNN 
Mobile, Ala. 



122 



The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Proficiency in the Use of Instrument in the 
First Division Brass Band 

WAS MERITED BY 



Blcide 2L Cartel 



NEXT iN MERIT 



KARL P. LECHE BENJAMIN A. DOLSON 

JOHN E. TOOMEY JOHN TROLIO 



DONOR 



MR. JOHN KEARNS 
Louisville, Ky. 






'2* 



The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Proficiency in the Use of Instrument in the 
Second Division Brass Band 

WAS MERITED BY 



Daunis £. Braud 



NEXT IN MERIT 

CLAUDE V. P. CELESTIN JOHN N. DOLSON 

CLARENCE N. TOUART THOMAS Y. POTTER 



DONOR 



A FRIEND 
Pensacola, Fla. 



124 



(graduating (EIhsses 



EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
SIDNEY F. BRAUD 

SECOND PREMIUM 
P. WALTER WALSH 

DISTINGUISHED 

EDWARD J. LEBEAU J. LAWRENCE LAVRETTA 

JOHN E. FLINN 



Superior 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM 
ALBERT J. HAHN 

SECOND PREMIUM 
LOUIS R. MORESI 

DISTINGUISHED 

CARROLL J. DOWE EDWARD J. KEVLIN 

CHRISTOPHER H. COSTELLO 



12? 



(ttlasatntl (Hours? 



(ftollnj? ippartmpttt 



ilumor 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

John T. Bauer Charles H. Plauche 
DISTINGUISHED 
Philip P. Patont Karl P. Leche 



EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

John T. Bauer Karl P. Leche 

DISTINGUISHED 
Charles H. Plauche Henry W. Kelly 



LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

John T. Bauer Charles H. Plauche 
DISTINGUISHED 

Henry W. Kellv Karl P. Leche 



GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

John T. Bauer Karl P. Leche 
DISTINGUISHED 

Charles H. Plauche • Sherman P. Pardue 



FIRST PREMIUM 
Henry W. Kelly 

John T. Bauer 



126 
ENGLISH 

DISTINGUISHED 



SECOND PREMIUM 
Charles H. Plauche 

Karl P. Leche 



FIRST PREMIUM 
John T. Bauer 

Philip P. Patout 



TRIGONOMETRY 



DISTINGUISHED 



SECOND PREMIUM 
Chirles H. Planche 

Karl P. Leche 



HISTORY 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

John T. Bauer Karl P. Leche 
DISTINGUISHED 

James J. McHardy Charles H. Plauche 



FIRST PREMIUM 
Stephen V. Riffel 

Karl P. Leche 



ELOCUTION 



DISTINGUISHED 



SECOND PREMIUM 
Henry W. Kelly 

John T. Bauer 



I2 7 
CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 



FIRST PREMIUM 
John T. Becker 

R. Miles Brooks 



FIRST PREMIUM 
John T. Becker 

Francis A. Meyer 



FIRST PREMIUM 
John T. Becker 

Francis A. Meyer 

FIRST PREMIUM 
John T. Becker 

Francis A. Meyer 



DISTINGUISHED 



EXCELLENCE 



DISTINGUISHED 



LATIN 



DISTINGUISHED- 



GREEK 



DISTINGUISHED 



SECOND PREMIUM 
George L. Mayer 

Edward L. O'Neil 



SECOND PREMIUM 
George L. Mayer 

Hollidav J. d'Aquin 



SECOND PREMIUM 
George L. Mayer 

Clarence N. Touart 



SECOND PREMIUM 
George E. Mayer 

Holliday J. d'Aquin 



FIRST PREMIUM 
John T. Becker 

M. Humbert Diaz 



ENGLISH 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Edward E. O'Xeil 
DISTINGUISHED 

Holliday J. d'Aquin 

TRIGONOMETRY 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Holliday J. d'Aquin George L. Mayer 

DISTINGUISHED 
John T. Becker Warren $. Ducote 

HISTORY 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

M. Humbert Diaz Holliday J. d'Aquin 

DISTINGUISHED 
John T. Becker George E. Mayer 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Benjamin A. Dolson M. Humbert Diaz 

DISTINGUISHED 
John T. Becker George E. Mayer 



128 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Daunis E. Braud Francis S. Tarleton 
DISTINGUISHED 

John J. Druhan Wilbur C. Braud 

Lee A. Plauche 



EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Daunis E. Braud Lee A. Plauche 

DISTINGUISHED 
Wilbur C. Braud William A. Miller 

Francis L. Prohaska 



LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 
John B. Rives Daunis E. Braud 

DISTINGUISHED 
John J. Druhan Lee A. Plauche 

Wilbur C. Braud 



GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Francis L. Tarleton Daunis E. Braud 

DISTINGUISHED 
Lee A. Plauche William A. Miller 

Francis L. Prohaska 



ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

John £>. Rives Francis L. Prohaska 
DISTINGUISHED 

John J. Druhan William A. Miller 

Francis L. Tarleton 



FIRST PREMIUM 
John B. Rives 

Pierre J. Becker 



129 
GEOMETRY 

DISTINGUISHED 
Daunis E. Braud 



SECOND PREMIUM 
John J. Drnhan 

Lee A. Plauche 



HISTORY 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Maurice R. Woulfe John J. Druhan 
DISTINGUISHED 

Daunis E. Braud William A. Miller 

Francis S. Tarleton 



FIRST PREMIUM 
Pierre J. Becker 

Lee A. Plauche 



BOOKKEEPING 

DISTINGUISHED 
John B. Rives 



SECOND PREMIUM 
John J. Druhan 

Wilbur C. Braud 



FIRST PREMIUM 
Francis L. Smith 



Lee A. Plauche 



ELOCUTION 

SECOND PREMIUM 
Maurice R. Woulfe ) 

Wilbur C. Braud } CX ae< * uo 
DISTINGUISHED 

Francis L. Tarleton 
John J. Druhan 



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Aratomir Sppartment 



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CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

G. Rainer Broussard Claude V. Celestin 
DISTINGUISHED 

Richard J. Needham Joseph A Berth elot 

Richard S. Ducote 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Joseph A. Berthelot Richard J. Needham 

DISTINGUISHED 
Joseph P. Brown Allan J. Colomb 

Thomas Y. Potter 

LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Joseph A. Berthelot Allan J. Colomb 

DISTINGUISHED 
Claude V. P Celestin Joseph P. Brown 

Richard J. Needham 

GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

G. Rainer Broussard Joseph A. Berthelot 

DISTINGUISHED 

Richard J. Neeham Richard J. Ducote 

Claude V. P. Celestin 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Richard J. Needham Joseph A. Berthelot 

DISTINGUISHED 
Philip J. Schoen Arthur J. Newcomb 

Allan J. Colomb 



132 

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CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

John J. McCarthy John W. Van Heuvel 

DISTINGUISHED 

William J. Frederich J. Ernest Herbert 

James P. Walsh Claude E. Williamson 



EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

John J. McCarthy J. Ernest Herbert 
DISTINGUISHED 

James P. Walsh J. Talbot Arnold 

Claude E. Williamson Charles G. Siguere 



LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

John J. McCarthy James P. Walsh 
DISTINGUISHED 

John W. Van Heuvel J. Ernest Herbert 

Alvaro de Recfil Claude E. Williamson 



GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

John J. McCarthy John W. Van Heuvel 
DISTINGUISHED 

James P. Walsh John N. Dolson 

Charles G. Siguere J. Ernest Herbert 



ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

John J. McCarthy J. Ernest Herbert 
DISTINGUISHED 

James P. Walsh J. Talbot Arnold 

Claude E. Williamson Alvaro dc Regil 



1-31' 

ALGEBRA 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

G. Rainer Broussard Richard J. Needham 
DISTINGUISHED 
Joseph A. Berthelot Alfred M. Ziegler 

Thomas Y. Potter 



HISTORY 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Richard J. Needham Joseph A. Berthelot 

DISTINGUISHED 
Arthur J. Newcomb Claude V. P. Celestin 

Joseph P. Brown 



ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Richard J. Needham Richard J. Ducote 

DISTINGUISHED 
G. Rainer Broussard ) 
ah t ^ 1 1 > ex aequo 

Allan J. Colomb j M 

Claude V. P. Celestin } 

_. a tt i > e * aequo 

George A. Horkan j 

Thomas Y. Potter 



BOOKKEEPING 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Claude V. P. Celestin Joseph A. Berthelot 
DISTINGUISHED 

G. Rainer Broussard Richard J. Needham 

Philip J. Schoen 



ALGEBRA 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

John J. McCarthy Joseph L. Moses 

DISTINGUISHED 

Claude E. Williamson Charles G. Siguere 

James P. Walsh . J. Ernest 1 Ferbert 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

John J. McCarthy Claude E. Williamson 
DISTINGUISHED 

J. Ernest Herbert J. Talbot Arnold 

John W. Van Heuvel Charles G. Siguere 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

John J. McCarthy Claude E. Williamson 
DISTINGUISHED 

Alvaro de Regil J. Ernest Herbert 

Hunter O. Wagner John N. Dolson 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Charles G. Siguere J. Ernest Herbert 
DISTINGUISHED 

Albert E. Siguere Vernon Alford 

Joseph L. Moses C. S. Ducote Hebert 



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CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 
James M. Van Heuvel Charles J. Martin 

DISTINGUISHED 
Edward L. Newsham Paul S. Schuessler 

Louis J. Boudousquie 

EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Brusle A. Sherburne James M. Van Heuvel | 

Paul S. Schuessler . j CX aeqU ° 
DISTINGUISHED 
Louis J. Boudousquie Henry de Bonneval 

Rosseau S. Baxter 

LATIN 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Edward L- Newsham Paul S. Schuessler 
DISTINGUISHED 

Sidney A. Lange Louis J. Boudousquie 

James M. Van Heuvel 

GREEK 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Edward L. Newsham Henry de Bonneval 

DISTINGUISHED 
Brusle A. Sherburne Louis J. Boudousquie 

James M. Van Heuvel 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Edward L. Newsham Charles J. Martin 
DISTINGUISHED 

Henry de Bonneval Paul S. Schuessler 

Leopold Ponce 



ARITHMETIC 

FTRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Edward L. Newsham Charles J. Martin 

DISTINGUISHED 

James M. Van Heuvel Thomas Horkan 

Henry de Bonneval 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Edward L. Newsham Louis J. Bondonsquie 

DISTINGUISHED 
Charles J. Martin James M. Van Heuvel 

Rosseau S. Baxter 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

James M. Van Heuvel Sidney A. Eange 

DISTINGUISHED 
Charles J. Martin Edward L,. Newsham 

Henry de Bonneval 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Sidney A. Lange. Edward L. Newsham 

DISTINGUISHED 
Brusle A. Sherburne Rosseau S. Baxter 

Charles J. Martin 

SPELLING 

FTP ST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Edward L. Newsham Charles J. Martin 

DISTINGUISHED 

Paul S. Schuessler Sidney A. Lange 

Brusle A. Sherburne 



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CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Thomas P. Hale Alcide A. Martel 
DISTINGUISHED 

Denis S. Moran Clarence L. Black 

Clarence K. Wohner 



EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 
Ulysses Berthier Denis S. Moran 

DISTINGUISHED 

Flurrence A. Dowe Clarence K. Wohner 

E. Leo Ball 1 

a 1 • 1 a ix /r j. 1 ? ex aequo 
Alcide A. Martel \ \ 



ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Denis S. Moran Paul V. Byrne 
DISTINGUISHED 

James D. Mclntyre Flurrence A. Dowe 

Ulysses Berthier 

TRIGONOMETRY 

FTP ST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

E. Leo Ball Ulysses Berthier 

DISTINGUISHED 
Clarence K. Wohner Herbert C. Gremillion 

Denis S. Moran 



137 

CHEMISTRY 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Ulysses Berthier Herbert C. Gremillion 

DISTINGUISHED 
E. Leo Ball Denis S. Moran 

Flurrence A. Dowe 

HISTORY 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 
Thomas P. Hale Denis S. Aloran 

DISTINGUISHED 
Paul V. Byrne Clarence L. Black 

Flnrrence A. Dowe 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 
Alcide A. Martel Paul V. Byrne 

DISTINGUISHED 
Clarence L. Black E. Leo Ball 

Thomas P. Hale 



i 3 8 

3\x%\ iEttgltaij 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRNE 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Joseph P. Newsham Andrew C. Delaune 
DISTINGUISHED 

Henry J. Prevost Clarence L. Paty 

Victor C. Moffat 



EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Joseph P. Newsham ) Andrew C. Delaune 

Henry J. Prevost j 

DISTINGUISHED 
Clarence L. Paty John A. Murray 

Alfred L. Laurents 

ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 
Joseph P. Newsham Francis A. Vasquez 

DISTINGUISHED 
Henry J. Prevost Andrew C. Delaune 

Clarence T. Lawless 

GEOMETRY 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Charles J. Holland Joseph P. Newsham 
DISTINGUISHED 
John A. Murray Victor C. Moffat 

Andrew C. Delaune 1 

-r ^ > ex aequo 

Henry J. Prevost J 

HISTORY 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Joseph P. Newsham Alfred L. Laments 

DISTINGUISHED 
Henry J. Prevost Andrew C. Delaune 

Henry S. Patterson 



FIRST PREMIUM 
Henry J. Prevost 

Victor C. Moffat 



FIRST PREMIUM 
Victor C. Moffat 

Andrew C. Delatme 



1 39 

BOOKKEEPING 

DISTINGUISHED 

Clarence L. Paty 

ELOCUTION 

DISTINGUISHED 
Joseph P. Newsham 



SECOND PREMIUM. 
George Pertuit 

Andrew C. Delaune 



SECOND PREMIUM 
Henry S. Patterson 

Charles J. Holland 



140 

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CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

William A. Mulherin A. Cecil Drago 
DISTINGUISHED 

Peter W. Cofino Irving A. Delaune 

August A. Gutierrez Henry A. Klingman 

John W. Garbarino 



EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Peter W. Cofino August A. Gutierrez 
DISTINGUISHED 
G. Grimes Butt Harold Crowley 

Wallace W. Weatherly Francis A. Orsi 

Francis M. Martin 



ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 
Francis M. Martin G. Grimes Butt 

DISTINGUISHED 
William A. Mulherin Peter W. Cofino 

Wallace W. Weatherly A. Cecil Drago 

August A. Gutierrez 



ALGEBRA 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Peter W. Cofino August A. Gutierrez 
DISTINGUISHED 
William A. Mulherin A. Cecil Drago 

Harold Crowley G. Grimes Bint 

Francis A. Orsi . 



141 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM 'SECOND PREMIUM 

William A. Mulherin Peter W. Cofino 

DISTINGUISHED 
August A. Gutierrez Felix G. Blackwell 

Francis A. Orsi Wallace W. Weatherly 

Francis M. Martin 

BOOKKEEPING 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 
Peter W. Cofino A. Cecil Drago 

DISTINGUISHED 
August A. Gutierrez Henry E. Stewart 

Francis M. Martin Francis A. Orsi 

Harold Crowley 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 
William A. Mulherin Delfin J. Munoz 

DISTINGUISHED 
Wallace W. Weatherly Francis A. Orsi 

G. Grimes Butt Henry A. Klingman 

Clifford A. Adoue 



142 

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CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Lawrence G. Murray Armando C. Gomez 

DISTINGUISHED 
Angelo A. Boudousquie Richard M. Bilbao 



EXCELLENCE 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Lawrence G. Murray Armando C. Gomez 

DISTINGUISHED 
Richard M. Bilbao Angelo A. Boudousquie 



ENGLISH 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Lawrence G. Murray Angelo A. Boudousquie 

DISTINGUISHED 
Richard M. Bilbao Armando C. Gomez 



ARITHMETIC 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Lawrence G. Murray Richard M. Bilbao 
DISTINGUISHED 

Armando C. Gomez Francis W. Schimpf 



HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Lawrence G. Murray 1 Angelo A. Boudousquie 

a 1 n n 'V ex aequo 

Armando L. Gomez J 

DISTINGUISHED 
John B. Korn Jules Aparicio 



MS 

SPELLING 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Lawrence G. Murray Armando C. Gomez 

DISTINGUISHED 
Jules Aparicio 1 Anqfelo A. Boudousciuie 

t i d V cx ae q uo 

John B. Korn j 

ELOCUTION 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 

Lawrence G. Murray Armando C. Gomez 
DISTINGUISHED 
Francis W. Schimpf John B. Korn 

PENMANSHIP 

FIRST PREMIUM SECOND PREMIUM 
Jules Aparicio Charles Matheu 

DISTINGUISHED 
Richard Aparicio Manuel Azurdia 



i 4 4 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

PREMIUM 
Henry G. Lefebvre 

DISTINGUISHED 
Bruner E. Wassom 



EXCELLENCE 

PREMIUM 
Charles Pearce 

DISTINGUISHED 
Henry G. Lefebvre 



ENGLISH GRAMMAR 

PREMIUM 
Charles Pearce 

DISTINGUISHED 
Francis Trigo 



ARITHMETIC 

PREMIUM 
Francis Trigo 

DISTINGUISHED 
J. Marvin Ray 



HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

PREMIUM 
Brnner E. Wassom 

DISTINGUISHED 
Henry G. Lefebvre 



145 

SPELLING 

PREMIUM 
Charles Pearce 

DISTINGUISHED 
J. Marvin Ray 

ELOCUTION 

PREMIUM 
Charles Pearce 

DISTINGUISHED 
Bruner E. Wassom 

PENMANSHIP 

PREMIUM 
Francis Trigo' 

DISTINGUISHED 
Henry G. Lefebvre 



1 4 6 

iMoftmt Hangups 



PREMIUM 
Ulysses Berthier 

DISTINGUISHED 
Sidney A. Lange 



(grrman 

PREMIUM 
M. Humbert Diaz 

DISTINGUISHED 
Lawrence G. Murray 



^pantalj 

PREMIUM 
Henry J. Prevost 



147 

PREMIUM 
John A. Murray 

DISTINGUISHED 

Clarence N. Touart Clarence L. Black 



Shjpmrittttg 

PREMIUM 
Lawrence G. Murray 

DISTINGUISHED 
Clarence L. Black Charles Matheu 

Edward J. Kevlin 



148 

DRAWING 

ARCHITECTURAL 

PREMIUM 
Denis S. Moran 

DISTINGUISHED 
E. Leo Ball Tillman K. Schimpf 



MECHANICAL 

PREMIUM 
Charles G. Siguere 

DISTINGUISHED 
Ulysses Berthier Edmund E. Webre 

Albert E. Siguere 

ORNAMENTAL 

PREMIUM 
Manuel Azurdia 

DISTINGUISHED 
George A. Horkan 



ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

PREMIUM 
Peter W. Cofino 



DISTINGUISHED 
Albert J. Hahn 



ENGINEERING 

PREMIUM 
Alcide A. Martel 

DISTINGUISHED 
Christopher H. Costello Clarence N. Touart 

PYROGRAPHY 

PREMIUM 
Alvaro de Regil 

DISTINGUISHED 
Paul V. Byrne Thomas Horkan 



149 

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PIANO 

DIVISION 

PREMIUM 
J. Lawrence Lavrett 

DISTINGUISHED 
Benjamin A. Dolson 

Francis L. Prohaska 

M. Humbert Diaz 

Denis S. Moran 

Clarence L. Paty 

DIVISION B 

PREMIUM 
Albert E. Siguere 

DISTINGUISHED 
Charles G. Siguere 

Thomas Y. Potter 

George L. Mayer 



Philip J. Schoen 

James J. Dolson 

Clarence L. Black 

William A. Mulherin 



Aivaro de Regil 
Henry G. Lefebvre 
Joseph P. Brown 



Maurice R. Woulfe 
R. Lee Drago 
J. Ernest Herbert 
John N. Dolson 



DIVISION C 

PREMIUM 
Peter W. Cofino 

DISTINGUISHED 



VIOLIN 

PREMIUM 
Lionel J. Adams 

DISTINGUISHED 



Rosseau S. Baxter 

Francis C. Morere 

Henry de Bonneval 



Rosseau S. Baxter 

Joseph P. Sexton 

Manuel Azurdia 



Charles Pearce 

Guy J. Chappuis 

Edward J. Kevlin 

John E. O'Flinn 



Alfred M. Ziegler 



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FLUTE 

PREMIUM 
Hermes A. Frederic 

DISTINGUISHED 
Clarence N. Touart Daunis E. Brand 

Albert E. Siguere 

CORNET 

PREMIUM 
Albert J. Hahn 

DISTINGUISHED 

John Trolio Brusle A. Sherburne 

Christopher H. Costello 

CLARINET 

PREMIUM 
James M. Van Heuvel 

DISTINGUISHED 
Edwin L. Meyer 

SAXOPHONE AND VIOLIN 

PREMIUM 
John W. Van Heuvel 



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